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WER 974.47 WEY 1968 
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Today's young people are often crit- 
icized for taking an unrealistic attitude 
toward life. For looking through their 
rose-colored glasses, they have been 
termed idlers, dreamers, idealists; some, 
Hippies. Yet, similarly, once in Japan, 
the Haiku poets looked at life with this 
same unusual view in order to under- 
stand it better. Simply by looking at a 
familiar, commonplace object or hap- 
pening, the Haiku poet could explore 
new depths of his imagination, seeing 



beauty or majesty, or even revealing 
some new awakening. Similarly, as 
graduates about to leave the security 
of high school to venture into the un- 
certainties and restlessness of the adult 
world, we need to reexamine, review, 
and see things anew. Each of us has 
his own personal dream, his future goal. 
Let us not merely keep it a secret, smiling 
to ourselves, but persevere to attain this 
end, smiling at the world. 




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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Introduction 1 
Administration, Faculty, 

and Guidance 9-29 

Sports 36-51 

Graduates 52-140 

In Memoriam 141 

Activities 142-173 
Sophomore 

Activities 174-179 

Academics 180-189 

Index 190 

Acknowledgments 191 

Conclusion 192 



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ADMINSTRATION 




JOHN F. MARTIN 

Boston College; Principal of 
Weymouth High School 

"'Knowledge is itself a power." 




WILLIAM T. KEARNS 

Boston College, Bridgewater 
State College; Assistant Prin- 
cipal at Weymouth High 
School 

"Others have been successful 
you can be also!" 




FRANCIS X. KELLY 

Boston University, Suffolk 
University; Assistant Princi- 
pal of Weymouth High School 

"With a good conscience, our 
only sure reward, let us go 
forth to lead the land we love." 




JOHN F. COLLINS 

Fitchburg State College; Di- 
rector of Weymouth Voca- 
tional and Technical High 
School 

"The skills you receive in re- 
turn for the effort you are 
willing to apply will influence 
your earning potential." 




OTTO H. MAHN 

Boston University; Assistant 
Director Weymouth Vocation- 
al Technical High School, 
Driver Training 

"Happy is the man that finds 
wisdom and the man that gets 
understanding." 





RICHARD STEELE 

Northeastern University; 
Principal of Weymouth High 
School Annex 

"There is no substitute for 
hard work." 




RUSSELL H. MAZZOLA 

Tufts College; Northeastern 
University; Assistant Princi- 
pal of Weymouth High An- 
nex; Mathematics 

"Do the best with what you 
have." 




ANTHONY F. CIAMPA 

Boston State; Assistant Prin- 
cipal of Wevmouth High An- 
nex; Mathematics 

"Life consists in what man is 
thinking all day." 



ART 




PHILIP A. DOLAN 

Massachusetts College of Art, Tufts Uni- 
versity; Director of Art 

"Live each day well." 



BUSINESS ED. 




OLIVE E. HACKETT 



Chandler Normal School; Head of Bus- 
iness Education; Office Machines; Place- 
ment Bureau 

"Good luck for a bright future with op- 
portunities to progress." 




MARY L. DOUCETTE 
Emmanuel College, Laval University; 
Distributive Education 
"I suggest you start by knowing your- 
self and knowing your real worth. Then 
I think you won't be quite so disap- 
pointed when you reach your goal be- 
cause you will know your own capa- 
bility." 




STEPHEN J. CHOP. JR. 

Tufts University; Art; Art Advisor for 
Reflector and Campus 

"A study of, and active participation in, 
the field of visual art and design can 
only add greater depth and enjoyment 
to your general education." 




JACQUELINE F. CHITTENDEN 

University of Washington; Bookkeep- 
ing, Office Practice 

"Give me thy hand; thou has been 
rightly honest." 




CATHERINE A. DREW 



Boston University; English, General 
Business, Typing; Spectrum 

"There is a place for everybody. Pre- 
pare — find and keep your place." 




DONALD LARKIN 



Cranbrook Academy of Art; Art 
"Accept the challenge now." 




KATHLEEN M CU K KAN" 



Boston College, Boston University; Typ- 
ing, Shorthand; Future Business Leaders 
oi America 

"Your future lies before you like a 
shining path of snow. Be very careful 
how you tread for every step will show. " 




LOUISE J. HILL 

Salem State College; Business 

"Almost everything that is great has 
been done by youth." 



KARREN E. KIRKLAND 



DOROTHY G. MacGREGOR 



Barrington College; Bookkeeping I, 
Typing II 

"If life were slumber in a bed of down, 
Toil unimposed, vicissitude unknown, 
Sad were our lot." 



Boston University; Bookkeeping, Guid- 
ance 

"My wish for you: a healthy mind to 
keep the good and pure in sight!" 




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ELIZABETH L. MacGREGOR 

Boston University; Geography, General 
Business, Typewriting 

"There is never an instant's truce be- 
tween virtue and vice . . . Goodness is 
the only investment that never fails." 




HELEN M. NORRIS 
Chandler School for Women; Short- 
hand, Typing; Senior Advisor, Senior 
Nominating Committee, Senior Secre- 
taries, Senior Class Treasurers 

"Nothing worthwhile is every accom- 
plished in any field except by downright 
hard work." 




DOROTHY M. MAGRAW 



Salem State College, Boston University; 
Shorthand, Law; Junior Moral and 
Spiritual Values Committee Advisor 

"Let our hearts be large enough to re- 
ceive all who need love, fellowship, and 
care, but small enough to shut out 
envy, pride, and hate." 





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HARRY T. POWERS 



Northeastern University, Boston Uni- 
versity; Bookkeeping, Typewriting 

"Think twice before you light." 




VELNA A. ROBERTS 



Salem Teachers College; Shorthand. 
Typing 

"No man is happy who does not think 
himself so." 




PHILIP VAN NESTE 



Northeastern University, Boston Uni- 
versity; Bookkeeping; Junior Yarsitv 
Basketball. Reflector Advertising 

"Remember — everything turns out for 
the best." 




RICHARD WHITMORE 

Fordham University; Social Studies, 
Driver Education 

"Aim high." 




WILFRED ROBERTS 



Boston University; Law, Bookkeeping 

"Learn to use that which you have 
learned." 




M. JEAN YOUNG 

Boston University; General Business; 
Typewriting 

"Enjoy your life without comparing it 
with other's." 

ENGLISH 




RICHARD B. DYV'YER 



Bridgewater State College, Boston Col- 
lege; English; Head of English Depart- 
ment 

"Cheer up! The best is yet to come." 




ERVIDA SWIRKAL 



Boston University; General Business, 
Typing 

"If you want to learn to type, you can." 



DRIVER ED. 




CHRISTOPHER J. O'BYRNE, JR. 

Bridgewater State College; Math, Driver 
Education 

"Better late than never." 




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POLLYANNA AND EM 

Boston University, Harvard College; 
English; Reflector 

Love is immortal and makes all things 
immortal. But hate dies every minute." 



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RICHARD W. CLAYTON 

Harvard University, Boston State Col- 
lege; English; Campus 

""The single secret still is man." 




EDWARD J. CROWLEY 

Bridgewater State College, Boston Col- 
lege; English 

"What do vou mean, hard test?" 




WILLIAM DOHERTY 

Northeastern University; English 

"Eventually children grow up to under- 
stand their teachers . . . rarelv do thev 
forgive them. " 




ROGER P. DOW 

Tufts University; English 

"Be responsible for yourself, and you 
will aid mankind." 




JEAN FINCK 

Yaldosta State College, Midwestern Uni- 
versity; English 

"There is a big difference between pulling 
your weight and throwing it around." 




PATRICIA C. FLYNN 

Emmanuel College; English; Drama 

"The most glorious exploits do not al- 
ways furnish us with the clearest dis- 
coveries of virtue or vice in men." 



PAUL B. FOX 

Suffolk University; English; Debate 
Club 

"Time is but a stream to go fishing in." 




ELEANOR S. GRAY 

Emmanuel College; English 

"There are no uninteresting things; there 
are only uninterested people." 




CLEMENT V. HORRIGAX 

Boston College. Bridgewater State Col- 
lege; English. Latin, Law 

'"Nihil obstat!" 



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ELEANOR R. HOWLEY 

Simmons College, Boston College, Em- 
manuel, Boston University; English 

"If you take precious care of the minutes 
of everyday, the hours will take care 
of themselves." 




EDW ARD M. KELLEY 



Quincy Junior College, Suffolk Universi- 
ty, University of Maine; English; Out- 
door Club 

"Ah, but a man's reach should exceed 
his grasp, or what is heaven for?" 




BEVERLY A. LUTZ 



Bridgewater State College; English; 
Sophomore Dramatic Club, Sophomore 
Student Council 

"We would all be idle if we could." 




LUCY KALAIJIAN 



Boston University; English 

"I ask you to remember two things: 
discouragement is discipline; obstacles 
are opportunities in disguise." 




JEAN M. KOVAC 



Indiana University, Northeastern Uni- 
versity; Public Speaking, Drama; Ar- 
senic and Old Lace, Theatre Arts 

"You can know ten things by learning 
one." 




Robert p. McCarthy 



Boston University; Developmental 
Reading; Theatre Arts Club, Thurber 
Carnival, Senior Prom, Regional 
Drama Festival, Senior Class Play 

"Man's best possession is asympathetic 
heart." 



ROBERT F. McDOXOUGH 

Boston State College; English 

"Do the best vou can . . . then relax 
and enjoy life." 




XAXCY ORTOX 



Smith College; English 
"Experience teaches." 




JEAX ROAXOWTCZ 
University of Massachusetts; English 
"Always do your best." 



MARY E. McMORROYV 

Bridgewater State College, Boston Uni- 
versity: English 

"Man is rich according to what he is 
not according to what he has." 




DOROTHY PEARSOX 



Pembroke College, Brown University; 
English; Future Teachers of America 

"Hold fast to liberty, friendship, and 
faith." 




DAXIEL J. SHEA 



Boston College; Latin, English 

"He makes no friend who never made 
a foe." 



WALTER E. MURPHY 

Bridgewater State College; Develop- 
mental Reading; Chess Club 

"Talent is that which is in a man's 
power; genius is that in whose power 
a man is." 




MAUREEX RILEY 



Boston State College; English 

"That's a good guess, but how about 
thinking for a change." 




LUCIXDA STIPEK 



Wheaton College: English 

"A great man is what he is, because he 
was what he was." 



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MARY F. TOOMEY 



Boston University; English; Conserva- 
tion Club 

"In daily living our motives should be 
guided by love and our attitudes based 
on cheerfulness and hope." 




ELAINE ATEN 



Drexel Institute of Technology; Home 
Economics 

"Do the best you can throughout vour 
life." 




MARILYN REED 



Framingham State College; Clothing 

"It is better to try and fail then never 
to have tried at all." 

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STANLEY C. TROUPE 



Bridgewater State; English 

"This above all: to thine own self be 
true, and it must follow, as the night the 
dav, thou canst not then be false to any 
man." 




A DELE A. A\T 'LABILE 



University of Illinois; Foods, Nutrition 

"An ounce of practice is worth a pound 
of preaching." 




BIRUTA YV. SWAIN 



Framingham State College; Home Eco- 
nomics; Nutrition; Future Homemakers 
of America 

"The joys of the table belong equally 
to all . . . countries and times ..." 



HOME ECONOMICS 




HENRIETTA E. WHEELER 

Farmington State College; Head of 
Home Economic Department; Fashion 
Show 

"Congratulations on a job well started." 




SYLVIA A. HUMES 

Framingham State College; Foods; 
Chefs Club 

"Worry is like a rocking chair; it keeps 
you busy but doesn't get you any place." 




MAUREEN F. WENZLER 



Framingham State College; Home Eco- 
nomics 

"Anything is possible to a willing 
heart. " 



GUIDANCE 




VIRGINIA XYE 



Keuka College. Harvard University; 
Director of Guidance 

" Personality has the power to open 
many doors, but character must keep 
them open." 




EDNA G. FLAHERTY 



University of New Hampshire, Boston 
University; Guidance 

'"Follow your honest convictions and 
be strong." 




MARIE K. GHIORSE 



Bridgewater State College, Boston Col- 
lege, Boston University; Guidance 

"Giving your best today assures a better 
tomorrow." 






FRANCIS \Y. GUNYILLE 



DALE E. MEKEEL 



GEORGE PRATT 



Worcester State College, Bridgewater 
State College; Guidance 

"The future belongs to those who pre- 
pare for it." 




MARGARET A. SPOONER 

Bridgewater State College; Geography, 
Guidance 

"Lives of great men all remind us that 
we can make our lives sublime and, 
departing, leaving behind us footprints 
on the sands of time." 



Chadron State College, LIniversity of 
Michigan, Boston University; Guidance; 
Outdoor Club 

"To look up and not down, to look 
forward and not back, to look out 
and not in, and to lend a hand." 




ROBERT D. WEST 

Boston College, Harvard University; 
Guidance 

"Ever to excel." 



Suffolk LIniversity, V niversity of Massa- 
chusetts, Boston University; Guidance 

'"Ingredients for success; ability, per- 
sonality, and work, work, work!" 



LANGUAGE 




FLORENCE E. JOHNSON 

Hunter College, Middlebury College; 
Head of Language Department; French. 
Russian 

"Secret of joy: Find some job you love 
to do, and do it extremely well." 

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FLORA A. DINUCCI 



Alfred University, Buffalo University; 
Latin 

"Nihil sine labore." 




FRANCES JOHNSON 

University of Maine, Boston University, 
Middlebury College; French; French 
Club 

"To what use serves learning, if the 
understanding be away." 




GEORGE H. PLAYER 



Northeastern University; Spanish; Var- 
sity Baseball 

"Gota por gota llueve, y con eso los 
rios crecen." 

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ROBERTA FINN 



Boston University; French; French Club 

"Les grands diseurs ne sont pas les 
grands faiseurs." 




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SUSAN R. KUDER 

Penn. State University; French; French 
Club 

" This above all; to thine own self be 
true, and it must follow as the night 
the dav, thou canst not then be false 
to any man." 




EDWARD A. PORTER 



Boston College, Boston State College; 
French 

"Pouvoir, c'est vouloir!" 




ARDETH D. HIDINGER 

Indiana University of Penn.; Spanish 

"Why should we be in such desperate 
haste to succeed, and in such desperate 
enterprises? If a man does not keep 
pace with his companions, perhaps it 
is because he hears a different drummer. " 




MARIE MOSS 



Boston University; French 
"Hold fast your dreams." 




ELEANOR F. RITCHIE 



Wheaton College; Latin 
"Fortuna caeca est." 



CAROLYN RODGERS BENEDITTO SALVUCCI 

Emmanuel College, University of Ma- Suffolk University; Spanish 

drid; Spanish 

"Un hombre prevenido nunca fue 
vencido." 




HELEN SCHENKMAX 

Ohio State, Boston University; Spanish 

"Es facil ser modesto cuando se es 
celebre." 




Emmanuel College; Spanish; Russian 
Club 

"No man can reveal to you aught but 
that which already lies half asleep in 
the dawning of your knowledge." 




EILEEN SULLO 

Emmanuel College, LIniversity of Paris; 
French, Spanish 

"II y a deux sortes de personnes dans 
la vie: Les raisonnables qui durent, et 
les passionnes qui vivent." 

LIBRARY 




FRANCES G. ADAMS 

University of Grenoble; Librarian; Li- 
brary Service Club 

"Not the fact avails, but the use you 
make of it." 



MATHEMATICS 




RITA DIMENT 

Emmanuel College, Simmons College; 
Librarian; Library Club 

"The foundation of learning must be 
laid by reading." 




DIANE BROPHY 



Northeastern University; Math 

"Your high school days are the most 
important in your life. Profit by them 
and you will go far." 




PAUL J. DUSEAU 

Boston College, Boston State College, 
Wayne University; Math; Math Team 

"What you do in life is not nearly as 
important as how you do it." 




BRUCE S. BURGESS 



Bridgewater State College; Mathematics; 
Ski Club, Folk Music Society 

"A scientist worthy of the name, above 
all a mathematician, experiences in his 
work the same impression as an artist; 
his pleasure is as great and of the 
same nature." 




RONALD ERIKSON 



Merrimack College; Geometry, Algebra 

"A man should be upright, not be kept 
upright." 




GERALD SWANSON 



Boston College; Head of Mathematics 
Department; Math Club 

"Never was good work done without 
much trouble." 




LINDA L. CLAYTON 



Keuka College; Mathematics; Riding 
Club, Campus Sales Staff 

"It matters not so much where you 
stand, as in what direction you are 
moving." 




JOHN B. HARTWELL 

Gettysburg College; Algebra, Trigo- 
nometry 

"It's a game fish that swims upstream." 



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DEXXIS W. HUYGHE 



Merchant Marine Academy, Suffolk 
University, Harvard University; Mathe- 
matics 

'"Truth will triumph." 




JOSEPH SAVOIA 



Bowdoin, Tufts University, Allegheny, 
Brown University; Geometry 

"Long hours of hard work are the key 
to success." 



MUSIC 




PAUL WARREX 



Xew England Conservatory of Music, 
Boston University; Director of Music; 
Band 

"Keep a song in your heart, and the 
world will never be without beauty." 




GEORGE D. JOHAXSSOX 
Xortheastern University; Algebra 
"A closed mouth catches no flies." 

MECHANICAL DRAWING 




VIXCENT J. DI SESSA 

Fitchburg State College, Xortheastern 
University; Technical Drawing, Archi- 
tectural Drawing 

"Ideas are useless until they are ac- 
tivated." 




EDWIN BURKE 



Xew England Conservatory of Music; 
Orchestra 

"Work for accomplishment — Play for 
enjoyment — Don't confuse the two." 




WILLIAM M. KEARXS 



Tufts University; Mathematics; Varsity 
Basketball Coach 

"Good Luck!" 




GEORGE H. KLAY 



Boston University, Bridgewater State 
College; Mechanical Drawing; Cafeteria 
Supervisor 

"A picture is worth a thousand words." 




RICHARD BURNS 



Oberlin College and Conservatory. 
Wayne University, Rollins College, Bos- 
ton University, Bridgewater State Col- 
lege; Music 

"Music hath charms." 

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




JOHN FISHER 



Fordham, Boston University; Director 
of Athletics and Physical Education; 
Golf Coach 

"The only way to success is through 
hard work." 




PAULINE BOCZAXOW SKI 



Boston University, Sargent College; 
Physical Education 

"'Always develop your character and 
ability to their highest potential." 




MARY E. ARNOLD 



Sargent College, Boston University; 
Physical Education; Cheerleaders, Pep 
Club 

"Ask Cod's blessing on your work, 
but do not also ask Him to do it." 




VIRGINIA M. CULLITY 

Boston University, Sargent College; 
Physical Education 

"Remember! Exercise everyday and the 
life you save may be your own." 




RICHARD HAYES 



Springfield College; Physical Education; 
Ass't. Football Coach, Ass 't. Gymnastics 
Coach 

"To work is to win." 




RALPH JANNINO 



University of Idaho; Physical Educa- 
tion; Ass't. Football Coach, Wrestling 
Coach 

"Set a goal and give your utmost to 
attain it." 





DIANE JONES 

Skidmore College; Physical Education 

"A quitter never wins; a winner never 
quits." 

SCIENCE 




JOHN T. GHIORSE 

Harvard College; Head of Science De- 
partment; Laboratory Ass't. Club 

"Observation is the first step in under- 
standing." 




TIMOTHY DALY 



Boston College; Physics; Key Club 

"Always strive to do your best; the 
success of your future depends on it." 




JOHN McPHERSON 

Northeastern University; Physical Edu- 
cation; Ass't. Football Coach 

"All work is seed sown; it grows and 
spreads, and sows itself anew." 




WILLIAM CAMPBELL 



Suffolk L^niversity; Biology 

"It is characteristic of wisdom not to 
do desperate things." 




JOHN K. DELAHUNT 

University of Massachusetts, Calvin 
Coolidge College; Biology 

"Strength is the secret of success." 




DUDLEY F. O'LEARY 



Boston University; Physical Education; 
Track Coach 

"Practice like a champion and you may 
become one." 




JOYCE M. COOKSEY 

Emmanuel College, Boston State Col- 
lege; Chemistry 

"It is the great beauty of science that 
advancement in it, instead of exhausting 
the subject of research, opens the doors 
to further and more abundant know- 
ledge." 




RICHARD C. HALLOW ELL 

Trinity College, Boston University; 
Chemistry 

"Rather than be puzzled and angered 
bv what passes for courage in our time, 
let us be guided by the virtues that de- 
fine humanity." 90 




NORMAN D. LOUD 



Boston University, Clarkson College 
of Technology; Chemistry 

"Choose a life-work you enjoy, since 
then it will not be work at all, just 
pleasure." 



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CHARLES THIBODEAU 



Bridgewater State College, Northeastern 
L'niversity; Biology 

"With perseverance, nearly all things 
are possible." 




Norwich University; World History 



"Courage is a virtue that the young 
cannot spare; to lose it is to grow old 
before the time; it is better to make a 
thousand mistakes and suffer a thou- 
sand reverses than run away from 
battle." 




[AMES f. O'MALLEY 
University of California; Chemistry 
"Have faith, proceed the unknown end." 




[AMES M. WHEELER 

Boston L'niversity; Science, Math; Foot- 
ball Coach 

"The score is nothing to nothing — now 
go out and be a winner." 




JAMES A. BRIZZI 

Ohio University; History; Talent Show 
Advisor 

"Good luck, good health, and above all 
happiness." 




ROBERT O'MEARA 



Boston College; Biology 
"Keep trying." 



SOCIAL STUDIES 




DOUGLAS T. BLAKE 



University of New Hampshire; Head 
of Social Studies Department; Student 
Government Exchange Program 

"Choose your vocation with care; select 
your college after careful consideration; 
and aim high." 




GERALD CAVANAUGH 



Bridgewater State College; European 
History; A.V. Club 

"Each man has his own delusion. Un- 
fortunately, none of us sees that part of 
the bag which hangs on his own back." 




WILLIAM E. CLANCY 



Boston College; U.S. History; Chair- 
man, High School Teachers' Senior 
Scholarship Fund 

"Always seek that truth which is far 
beyond mere catch words and easy 
slogans." 




EDWIN R. LOFGREN 

Northeastern University, University of 
Maryland; L'.S. History; Chess Club 

"Be happy at whatever you do — or 
don't do it!" 




WAYNE MASTERS 



Suffolk University; L T .S. History, Prob- 
lems of Democracy; Talent Show 

"If at first you don't succeed — that 
makes you about average." 




WILLIAM L. CONCANNON 



Suffolk University, Boston State College; 
U.S. History 

"What you have inherited from your 
father, and learned from your teachers, 
earn over again for yourselves, or it 
will not be yours." 




PATRICIA MARINOS 

Boston State College, Tufts L T niversity, 
U.S. History; Political Affairs Club, 
WHS-TV 

"This above all: to thine own self be 
true." 




EDWARD MEEHAN 



Harvard College; Economics; Ass't. 
Track Coach 

"Face the world with open eyes and an 
alert mind." 




W ILLIAM A. DEMPSEY, JR. 

University of Vermont; Problems of 
Democracy; Tennis, Hockey 

"Commit yourself." 




MARY LOU MARTINEZ 



University of Washington, Seattle Uni- 
versity, Marylhurst College; Problems 
of Democracy; Student Council 

"No mind is thoroughly well organized 
that is deficient in a sense of humor." 




MARTIN M. MURPHY 



Boston College; Social Studies 
"Work and be happy." 



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RICHARD NIMS 

Northeastern L'niversity, Boston Uni- 
versity; History 

"What really matters is what happens 
in us, not to us." 



ETHEL G. SKEHAN 

Boston State, Boston College; Econom- 
ics, U.S. History 

"Hitch your wagon to a star." 



VIRGIL VALICEXTI 

Bates College, Bridgewater State Col- 
lege; U.S. History 

"Be prepared." 



VOCATIONAL 




JAMES F. BOUND 

Calvin Coolidge College; Sheet Metal 

"Even in the common affairs of life, 
how little security have we when we 
trust our happiness in the hands of 
others." 



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RICHARD A. CAREY 

Stonehill College; English; Ass't. Base- 
ball Coach 

"What does it profit a man if he should 
gain the whole world, and lose his own 
soul?" 




FRED P. CARLSON 
Boston State College; Carpentry 
"Do it now! ! ! Not tomorrow." 




HAROLD E. CLARKE 



Fitchburg State College; Sheet Metal 

"The future belongs to those who pre- 
pare for it." 




CHARLES L. DARDINSKI 



Fitchburg State College; Auto Body, 
Math, Phvsics, Theory 

"Knowledge comes, but wisdom lin- 
gers." 




MELVIN DUNN 



Fitchburg State College; Lithography 

"Resolve to be thyself; and know that 
he who finds himself loses his misery." 



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MICHAEL FUCILLO 
Wentworth Institute; Electronics 
"A man is known bv his friends. 




RICHARD F. HARDING 
Franklin Institute; Structural Design 
"Hard work is the key to success. 




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GUY J. LEXTIXI 
Auto Body 
"Good Luck." 




DONALD G. GUAY 

Massachusetts Military Academy; Cabi- 
netmaking 

"If at first you don't succeed — try and 
try again." 




PHILIP W. HENLEY 

Wentworth Institute, Fitchburg State 
College, Suffolk University; Related 
Math, Science, Theory 

"That man is the richest whose pleasures 
are the cheapest." 




HAROLD A. MacDONALD 
P.W.C. College; Architectural, Mechani- 
cal Drafting, Math, Sales Theory 

"The important thing in this life is not 
so much where we stand, as in what 
direction we are moving. We must sail 
sometimes with the wind and sometimes 
against it — but we must sail, and not 
drift, nor lie at anchor." 




\ 




CHESTER H. MARKS, JR. 



Electronics 

"I keep six honest serving men. (They 
taught me all I know ) Their names are 
what and why and when and how and 
where and who." 




FREDERICK K. MORRISSEY 

Suffolk University; Problems of Democ- 
racy, U.S. History, Civics 

"Work." 




LEO O'REILLY 



Wentworth Institute of Technology; 
Electronics 

"It takes ten pounds of common sense 
to carry one pound of learning." 




HENRY MARSHMAN 



Kitchburg State College, Boston State 
College; Math, Science, Automachine 
Theory 

"You will get out of life just what you 
put into it." 




DAVID MURLEY 



North Adams State College; English 

" The greatest of faults is to beconscious 
of none." 




KENNETH L. PEREZ 



Autobody 

"The time you spend idly today you will 
pay for tomorrow." 




FRANK H. MEDA 



Fitchburg State College; Auto Repair 

"Our chief want in life is somebody who 
shall make us do what we can." 




GEORGE E. NOTT 



Fitchburg State College; Head of Graphic 
Arts Department 

"Anything worth doing is worth doing 
well." 




HERMAN F. PERRY 



Fitchburg State College; Graphic Arts 

"What you give to the world, the world 
will give back to you." 



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H. LELAND SANGER 

Gordan College, Boston University; 
Guidance 

"He who knows others is learned; he 
who knows himself is wise." 



ROBERT F. STENBERG 

Charlotte College; Printing 

"Contests allow no excuses, no more 
do friendships. " 




MELVIN R. STUDLEY 

Franklin Technical Institute, Lincoln In- 
stitute, Northeastern School of Business, 
Fitchburg State College; Structural De- 
sign in Architecture 

"The difficult you can do immediately; 
the impossible takes a little longer." 




EDWARD J. VINSKEY 

Fitchburg State College; Carpentry 

"When we build let us think that we 
build forever; let it not be for present 
delight, nor for present use alone." 



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CLERICAL STAFF 




CHRISTINA M. 
ARCHIBALD 

Secretary 
Health Office 



DOROTHY L. 
CARPENTER 

Secretary 
Library 



JUDITH A. CLARK 

Assistant Secretary 
High School Office 



MARION R. GERSTEL DORIS L. HOLBROOK 

Assistant Secretary Secretary 
Vocational School Office Athletics Office 




ESTER J. JENSEN 

Assistant Secretary 
Guidance Office 




LOUISE J. LOCKWOOD 
Secretary 

Vocational School Office 




DORIS E. McINTOSH 

Secretary 
Annex Office 




LAURA NASH 
Secretary 

High School Office 





DOROTHY W. NOYES DOROTHY L. O'BRIEN 



GERALDINE OCHS MARION A. WAKEHAM SHIRLEY M. YOUNG 



Data Processing 
Clerk 



Switchboard Operator 
High School Office 



Secretary 
Guidance Office 



Assistant Secretary 
High School Office 



Secretary 

Instructional Materials 



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SPECIALISTS 



ANN K. ALLEN 
Director of Cafeterias 





ANNE MULLEN 
Manager 

High School Cafeteria 



DOROTHY B. CURTIN 

Annex and Vocational 
School Nurse 





ARTHUR M. CICCHESE 

Supervisor of Custodians and 
Ground Crew 



LOULA M. WHITFORD 

Data Processing 
Technician 




F 





GEORGE B. SHANAHAN 
Supervisor of Attendance 



JOHN I. RUDOLPH, JR. 

Director of Audio Visual Instruction 





AARON SEDMAN 
Audio Visual Assistant Instruction 

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CAFETERIA WORKERS 




One of the most difficult tasks facing 
any staff member at Weymouth High 
School is that of the cafeteria; the plan- 
ning and preparation of well-balanced 
nutritious meals for the more than one 
thousand four hundred students and 
teachers. The pleasant and energetic 
ladies of the kitchen perform the task 
with exceptional skill. 



"Agnes, get the hacksaw!" 





EVELYN I. MacKEAX 



BEATRICE A. 
CARMICHAEL 



Secretary 

School Lunch Program 



Assistant Secretary 
School Lunch Program 



"All we add is a little bit of love! " 



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CUSTODIANS 




Weymouth High School Custodians. Bob Smith, Cus Sundberg, Ed Taber, Charlie Butler, Al Cicchese, 
Thomas Spada. Norman Ryerson. Harold Thomas, Herbert Loud. 



The custodians of Weymouth High 
work very diligently to maintain our 
beautiful building and grounds. Their 
friendly countenances add cheerfulness 
to the daily routine of the students and 
encourage them to take pride in their 
school. The knights of the broom and 
heroes of the cleanup are a very real 
and memorable part of the W.H.S. 
spirit. 





Sal Abruzzese and Charlie Butler set up to clean the 
corridors. 



Thomas Spada prepares to touch up the paint around the high school. 



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SPORTS • SPORTS 







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FOOTBALL 



Weymouth 35 
Weymouth 20 
Weymouth 20 
Weymouth 50 
Weymouth 27 
Weymouth 20 
Weymouth 22 
Weymouth 41 
Weymouth 27 



Brookline 
New Bedford 
Newton 
Boston Latin 6 
Waltham 
Quincy 6 
Arlington 6 
Watertown 6 
Brockton 



With the final tick of the clock on 
Thanksgiving Day, the Weymouth Ma- 
roons ended a very successful season. 
Their 9-0 record is especially commend- 
able since they had to adjust to the 
methods of a new coach, Mr. Wheeler. 
All eyes focused on him to see how his 
freshman year at Weymouth would end. 
On November 23, any doubts that may 
have prevailed in September were dis- 
missed as Coach Wheeler steered his 
team to the League Championship. None 
of this would have been possible with- 
out the great team cooperation that was 
displayed throughout the season. It 
was this, along with the memory of last 
year's loss to Arlington, that enabled 
the Maroons to topple Waltham gaining 
sole possession of first place in the 
game of the year. 

An honor to both the team as a 
whole and the individuals concerned 
was the selection of Frank Costa, Steve 
Sanson, and Doug Auld for the All- 
Scholastic Team. Their consistently out- 
standing performances inspired their 
teammates to do likewise. It was in- 
spiration, a fine coach, and team co- 
operation that allowed this year's team 
to bid farewell to the '68 season with 
their heads held high. 

Weymouth High Football Team. Front: R. MacDonald, S. Boc, M. McGlynn, D. Gentile, E. Diamond, S. Sanson, J. Gillis, D. 
Auld, F. Gosta, K. Wilson, J. Shober, R. SchleifT. R. Cugno, R. Tuffy. Second row: Coach Wheeler, R. Gumpright, F. Baldassini, 
W. McCurdy, F. Finnegan, R. Lamrock, G. Byron, R. Lindstrom, M. Devlin, P. Dodwell, M. Craffey, R. Mell, 1). Tourigney, 
B. Fitzpatrick. Third row: Mr. Hayes, W. Dempsey, W. MacDonald, P. Voungclaus, B. Burke. P. Monihan, P. Caulfield, G. 
Brennan, R. Conrad, M. Gladis, S. Pierce, M. Jarvis, R. Franco, E. Briscoe, Mr. Jannino. 




Frank Costa goes for the first down. 



Frank Costa throws a block as Ken Wilson looks for a pass 
receiver. 





W eymouth High cheerleaders in their traditional "W". Ellen Delorey, Cheryl Nixon, Sara Van Keuren, Sue Murphy, Mary De- 
Coste, Marilyn Manter, Debbie Ketchen. Linda Sass(captain ), Lorraine Reardon. Nancy Saraceno, Kathy Murphy, Patti Corrigan. 
Barbara Bennett. Judy Doble. Lucille Becker. 



CHEERLEADERS 



PEP CLUB 



This year's cheerleaders, headed by 
Linda Sass, were a fine example of 
school spirit. During the fall they re- 
mained faithful to our undefeated foot- 
ball team, cheering them on to victory 
in spite of muddy field conditions. Bas- 
ketball season found them spurring our 
team onward to qualify for the Tech 
Tourney. Dedicated work and enthu- 
siasm prompted a welcome response 



from the entire student body. 

Charging the air with excitement, 
the Pep Club aided the cheerleaders by 
urging the boys to victory. This spirited 
group of students, led by President Bill 
Earle, aroused much school spirit, parti- 
cipating both at the games and at sports 
rallies. Through these two organiza- 
tions, Weymouth has been called "the 
most spirited school on the South Shore. " 



Staunch supporters at all Weymouth High athletic events can be found in the members of the Pep Club. 





Chico jumps for the ball. 




Potential Weymouth stars. 



BASKETBALL 



Out into the world went the class 
of '67 and the memories of an unde- 
feated basketball season. Left was Coach 
Kearns and a group of athletes deter- 
mined to devote themselves to basket- 
ball and success. 

Everyday practice was a must and 
a reality to all of the future hopefuls. 
This devotion paid off as the team 
started off a strong season by winning 
the first eight games before losing to 
an aggressive Waltham squad. The 
remainder of the twenty game schedule, 
although marred by four more losses, 
was revived by a spectacular win over 
Quincy which brought back the mo- 
mentum lost after the first defeat. 

Qualifying for the Tech Tourney, 
Wevmouth found itself matched against 
Waltham. However, flying high and 
backed by a tremendous following of 
school-spirited, balloon-throwing fans, 
Wevmouth crushed Waltham with a 
stunning team effort. Going into the 
quarterfinals, Weymouth was matched 
against a strong New Bedford team. 
Although the Whalers outdistanced the 
Maroons, the hard-fought, hustling con- 
test displayed every phase of a great 
game, Basketball. 




The Maroon Varsity. Front: P. Moynihan, R. Jablonski, R. Hassan, E. Wisneski, C. Reavey, T. Dunlay. Second 
row: K. Wilson, R. Gregg, F. Donovan, S. Morris, S. Douglas, G. Brennan. 



4ii 



i'i 9 



V. 'If 




Fran Donovan's attempt foiled by Cambridge player. 



"Up. up, and away 



Weymouth 69 
Weymouth 94 
Weymouth 65 
Weymouth 66 
Weymouth 77 
Weymouth 89 
Weymouth 78 
Weymouth 69 
Weymouth 43 
Weymouth 61 
Weymouth 57 
Weymouth 58 
Weymouth 75 
Weymouth 83 
Weymouth 61 
Weymouth 53 
Weymouth 81 
Weymouth 50 
Weymouth 50 
Weymouth 73 
Tech Tourney 
Weymouth 67 
Weymouth 56 



Watertown 33 
Quincy 60 
Newton 54 
Brookline 51 
Newton S. 56 
Arlington 67 
Rindge Tech 58 
Brockton 62 
Waltham 62 
Camb. Latin 74 
Watertown 33 
Newton 55 
Brookline 36 
Newton S. 63 
Arlington 54 
Camb. Latin 66 
Rindge Tech 43 
Brockton 51 
Waltham 58 
Quincy 72 

Waltham55 
New Bedford 68 




Members of the Junior Varsity Squad. Front: P. Higgins. L. Saint. E. Davenport. J. 
Taubert, M. Buckley, M. Teasdale, M. Anderson. Second row: R. Balcolm. D. Har- 
rington, B. Bennett, B. McGrorerty. K. Atkinson. \Y. Gardner. Coach Van Neste. 



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HOCKEY 

Led by All-Stars Jim Heffernan, Bob 
Haley, and Mark Sullivan, Weymouth 
finished fourth in the South Shore 
League. The other seniors who played 
well were Rudy Pompeo and Jim Davin. 
The team impressed their large follow- 
ing with season's highlights including 
a 2-2 tie with first-place Catholic Me- 
morial. Also notable was a 2-0 victory 
over third-place Archbishop Williams. 
The last game of the season proved to 
be one of the most exciting as Wey- 
mouth fought to a 5-5 tie against Hing- 
ham, scoring more goals against Hing- 
ham than any other team had pre- 
viously this season, and also dropping 
them to a second-place league finish. 
A number of tough breaks prevented 
Weymouth from playing in the State 
Tournament. These included four one 
goal losses to the top three teams. With 
the return of many outstanding juniors, 
Vic Puntiri, Bill Dempsey, Rick Vetman, 
and Phil Voungclaus, Coach Dempsey 
has reason to expect another successful 
season next year. 



Vic Puntiri, ready and waiting to score. 

Weymouth High Hockey Team. Front: W. Dempsey, R. Haley, V. Puntiri, R. Pompeo, M. Sullivan, R. Barhour, P. Dolan, R. 
Yetman, P. Cignarella. Second row: Manager S. Reynolds, J. Donovan. R. Goggin, J. Heffernan, C. Dorman, S. Hartry, M. 
O'Hanley, P. Voungclaus, Coach Dempsey. 




I 




Mr. Dempsey attentively watches a game at Ridge 
Arena. 




Unguarded Vic Puntiri heads for the goal. 



Weymouth 


2 


Memorial 2 


Weymouth 


7 


Brockton 


Weymouth 


5 


Canton 2 


Weymouth 


5 


King Philip 


Weymouth 


3 


Hingham 4 


Weymouth 


2 


Williams 


Weymouth 


2 


Williams 


Weymouth 


5 


Scituate 


Weymouth 





Memorial 3 


Weymouth 


10 


Brockton 


Weymouth 


3 


Canton 


Weymouth 


2 


King Philip 


Weymouth 


2 


Hingham 4 


Weymouth 


3 


Williams 4 


Weymouth 


6 


Scituate 


State Playoffs 




Weymouth 


1 


Memorial 2 


Weymouth 


1 


Williams 2 


Weymouth 5 


Hingham 5 



Standouts Rudy Pompeo and Jim Heffernan take the offense. 




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WRESTLING 




This year's wrestling team, one of 
the hardest working ever, placed in the 
top part of the Bay State League with 
a record of five wins and three losses. 

Under the direction of Coach Jan- 
nino, the Weymouth grapplers were 
turned into a team of accomplished 
wrestlers. The team found qualified 
leaders in co-captains Rod Laniewski 
and Russ Huntington. Juniors Bill 
Hendry, undefeated throughout the regu- 
lar season, and Tom Hay ward sparked 
the team. In the post-season Bay State 
Tournament, Rod Laniewski and Bob 
Schleifl placed first; Scott Willy placed 
second; Hendry, third; Rick Lindstrom, 
fourth; and Russ Huntington and Tom 
Hayward placed filth in their classes. 

A wrestler must combine strength, 
speed, and knowledge of wrestling skills 
if he is to win. No other sport demands 
such discipline and grueling condition- 
ing of the mind and body. 



Bob Schleifl overpowers his opponent on the road to victory. 





Front: S. Willy, S. Liquori, T. Hayward, R. Schleiff, R. Laniewski, R. Huntington, R. Cugno, 
Second row: Coach Jannino, S. Kohler, R. Lamrock, W. Hendry, R. Lindstrom, P. Fistori, R. 
Clifford, E. Ahlstedt, R. Mroz, Assistant Coach W. Schleiff. Third row: J. Walsh, B. Wallok, D. Morse, R. Desmond, J. Nicastro, 
R. Gibbons, K. Xaughton, G. MacDonald, C. Quirk, K. Farrell, R. Rennie. 



Weymouth High Wrestling Team. 
L. Clark, J. Dwyer, R. Svizzero. 



CROSS COUNTRY 




Weymouth's cross country team had 
an off season this year. They consistent- 
ly outscored their opponents. Unfortu- 
nately, the low score wins. Leading 
Weymouth were co-captains Xorman 
Weeks and John L. Sullivan, who, along 
with John Bambrick, Don Bambrick, 
and Joe Rosado saw Weymouth to a 
twelfth place finish in the state meet. 
The potential displayed by juniors and 
sophomores indicates a more successful 
season to come. 



First row: P. Gordon, J. Bambrick. N. Weeks, J. Sullivan, J. Rosado, D. Bambrick; 
Second row: P. Shanahan. T. Hayward, M. Kobbs, G. Remarus, R. Fuqua, D. Sjostedt, 
F. Desmond. Third row: C. Reavey, Coach Dudley O'Leary. 



Xewton 22 
Brockton 15 
Boston Tech. 27 
Quincy 36 
North Quincy 25 



Weymouth 33 
Weymouth 49 
Weymouth 29 
Weymouth 21 
Weymouth 31 



John Sullivan and Norm Weeks displav their running skills. 



Archbishop Williams 21 Weymouth 34 
North Quincy 31 Weymouth 24 

State Meet: Weymouth 12th place 
among 24 teams 





The Cross Country Team shapes up. 





Weymouth High Winter Track. Front: S. Holmes, D. Cumming, J. Bambrick, E. Diamond, N, Weeks, J. L. Sullivan, C. Dacey, 
P. Pizzi. Second row: M. Holmes, W. Morin, P. Horrigan, W. Rand. J. Roanowicz. L. Chabot, J. Rosado, R. Watts, M. Reardon. 
Third row: Coach O'Leary, Manager J. Salvatore. R. Durante, G. Remarus, D. Scribner, P. Shanahan, P. Gordon, R. Mell, T. 
McGonagle, R. Payson, W. Handrahan, D. Griswold, Assistant Coach Meehan. 



WINTER TRACK 




The winter track team produced a 
second Class A championship this year. 
Although they tied for second place in 
the Metropolitan League, the team 
bounced back to easily win the state 
meet for the first time since 1963. Not 
only did the team do well collectively, 
but several individuals excelled as well. 
John Roanowicz broke the school shot 
put record by several feet, while junior 
Joe Rosado broke the record he set as 
a sophomore in the 600-yard run. John 
L. Sullivan had the distinction of com- 
piling a three year undefeated record 
in the 1000 yard run. Rated as the 
best team in the state by their perform- 
ances was the relay team of senior Ed 
Diamond, and juniors Bill Morin, Paul 
Horrigan, and Joe Rosado. With these 
juniors returning again next year, Coach 
O'Leary can look forward to having as 
promising a season as '68. 



John Sullivan sets the pace for John Bambrick, Don Cummings, and Charlie Dacey- 



Co-captained by Ed Diamond and 
Norm Weeks, the 1968 spring track 
team is poised for perhaps its best sea- 
son ever. Pointing for the Eastern Mas- 
sachusetts Interscholastic Relays, Class 
A State Championship, and possibly the 
New England title, the team will utilize 
balance and experience in the form of 
John Sullivan, State Indoor 1000 yard 
champion; two-mile record holder Norm 
Weeks; Ed Diamond, second in the 
State Indoor fifty-yard dash; John 
Roanowicz, State Indoor shot put cham- 
pion; Paul Horrigan, third in the State 
Indoor 300; State Indoor third place 
finisher in the 600, Joe Rosado; and 
Suburban league pole vault record 
holder, Don Cummings. The team, 
dubbed "Potentially the best team I've 
ever had" by Coach O'Leary, will seek 
to expand its undefeated dual meet wins 
to its fourth year. 




Moments of anticipation. 



SPRING TRACK 




Almost perfect for Quincy, but Weymouth is triumphant. 



BOYS' GYMNASTICS 



A successful season in relation to 
the number of wins and losses does not 
necessarily determine the accomplish- 
ments of a team. Led by captain Tim 
Doherty, Weymouth High's boys' gym- 
nastic team won only one meet this year, 
but the boys involved gained much. 

Directed by Mr. Frado and Mr. 
Hayes, the boys performed on the high 
bar, the horse, the parallel bars, and 
the rings. In learning these new skills 
and by constantly practicing them, these 
boys obtained and maintained top physi- 
cal condition. Hoping for more student 
interest next year, the boys are planning 
on a more successful season. 




Weymouth High School Boys' Gymnastic Team. Front: P. LaFavre, K. Purdy, M. 
Speare, T. Doherty. Second row: L. Carver, F. Greeley, P. Lannon, P. Barber, R. 
Lucas. Third row: D. Howes, K. Lancaster, R. Milev, R. Mulligan. D. Martell, A. 
ZylinskL 




Dave Martell demonstrates the straddle *'L." 



4« 




Members of the Girls' Gymnastic Team attentively watch the competition of an opposing 
team. 



The Girls' Gymnastic Team of Weymouth High School. Front (1 to r): Mrs. Boczanow- 
ski, Marjorie Carver, Marise Bilodeau, Linda Sass, Becky Smith, Susan Murphy, Mrs. 
Frado. Second row: Kathy Dempsey, Patti Corrigan, Madelyn Fucile, Cheryl Bickford, 
Judy Dowling, Judi Reeve. 



GIRLS' 
GYMNASTICS 

Gymnastics, one of the few varsi- 
ty sports offered to girls at Wey- 
mouth High, is also one of the most 
popular with sports fans. Under the 
direction of Mrs. Frado and Mrs. 
Boczanowski, the girls perform their 
routines in interscholastic meets with 
area schools. They exhibit their skills 
in the floor exercise, and on the un- 
even parallel bars, the vaulting horse, 
the trampoline, and the balance beam. 
The team practices diligently through- 
out the season to develop the agility, 
coordination, grace, and stamina 
needed for the strict competition in 
gymnastics. With the addition of 
several talented sophomores to the 
nucleus of last year's team, Wey- 
mouth will undoubtedly have one of 
its best years. Junior high students 
also work out with the team to learn 
new skills. 



BOYS' GYM 




Mark Gilford struggles with rings. 




An effective physical education program 
makes a great contribution both to the strength 
of its students and to the strength of the nation. 

The boys' gym classes cover many areas of 
physical activity. Directed by Mr. O'Leary, Mr. 
Hayes, and Mr. Jannino, the boys begin the 
year by running to Legion Field for football. 
When the days grow cold, the gridiron is re- 
placed by trampoline and basketball court. Later, 
gymnastics and wrestling keep the boys fit. 
Classes are resumed at Legion Field in the spring 
for track and field, and, finally, for softball. 



Monkey Business! 





Ballet in Boy's Gym Class. 



GIRLS' GYM 





The mysteries of accuracy can often be perplexing. 



All Weymouth High girls participate 
in the physical education program. 
Thanks to the sincere efforts of Miss 
Arnold and Miss Cullity, these two weekly 
periods are enjoyable. 

The girls participate in basketball, 
speedball, gymnastics, field hockey, vol- 
leyball, badminton, tennis, and Softball. 
In understanding these games, the girls 
acquire a sense of good sportsmanship. 

A new program of intramural basket- 
ball was initiated this year. Many girls 
participated after school in the contests 
to decide which division was best. Physi- 
cal education provided a memorable and 
enjoyable time in every girl's program. 



Sandy Abdou concentrates on shooting a lay-up shot. 

Miss Rosenblatt explains to one of the gym classes the various techniques involved in using the trampoline. 





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CLASS OFFICERS 



Left to right: Richard Jablonski, High School President; 
Linda Sass, High School Secretary; Judith Doble, High 
School Treasurer; Gregory Sammer, High School Vice 
President; Laurence Carver, Vocational School President; 
Thomas Henehan, Vocational School Vice President; Paul 
Chebator, Vocational School Secretary-Treasurer. 




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THOMAS F. ABBOTT 

Tom dislikes getting out of bed in 
the morning . . . entering the Coast 
Guard, then college, are involved in 
his future plans. 

Band 11, 12; Outdoor Club 12 



FRANK H. ADAM 

Frank, who can be seen working at 
McManus Ice Cream Shop, enjoys 
basketball, football, and sailing. When 
not on the job, he is either watching 
T.V. or going to Weymouth games 
. . . dislikes hot peppers on subma- 
rine sandwiches. 



ROSEMARY ADAM 

An avid sports enthusiast, Rosie en- 
joys watching all basketball and foot- 
ball games. She looks forward to at- 
tending a business college . . . works 
at Bell Shop. 

F.B.L.A. 11, Social V. Pres. 12; Jr. 
Prom Comm.; Reflector Sec't. 12; 
Bookkeeping Tutor 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





ALICE M. ADAMS 

Among Alice's interests are bowling, 
ice skating, and swimming. She en- 
joys sewing and cooking and dislikes 
people who are always late . . . plans 
to become an office secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Warren's Sec't 12 




JANET E. ADAMS 

A busy girl, Janet was worthy advisor 
of her Rainbow Assembly and is sec- 
retary of her church youth group. She 
enjoys having fun and meeting people 
... oil paints in free time. Taking the 
nurse's training course at Massasoiat 
lies in her future plans. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 
12; F.N. A. 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Glee Club 11 



JOYCE L. ADAMS 

After traveling to California, Joyce 
plans to attend art school. A member 
of the Wevmouth Art Association, she 
enjoys football and basketball games 
. . . dislikes people against mini-skirts. 

Jr. Prom Comm.; Arsenic and Old Lace 
Scenery Comm.; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 
12; Powder Puff Football; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 




STEPHEN A. ADAMS 

Steve, a member of his church youth 
group and editor of the newspaper, 
hopes to attend Salem State Teachers 
College and become a history teacher. 
His hobbies include writing to girls 
in Japan, bowling, and swimming . . . 
dislikes conceited people and dull 
classes . . . pet peeve is getting up in 
the morning. 

French Club 10; F.T.A. 11 





STEPHEN L. ADAMS 

A future mathematician, Steve is ac- 
tively involved in church youth fellow- 
ship activities . . . member of Demo- 
lay, he can often be found on the ski 
slopes or at Weymouth football games. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 
12; Math Club 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 
10; Band 10, 11, 12 



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DANIEL F. AFFSA 

Dann is presently employed at Jordan 
Marsh and comes to Weymouth from 
Agawam High where he participated 
in baseball, basketball, and golf. He 
likes girls, popular music, and sports, 
but dislikes the school dress rules. 
After graduation he hopes to enter 
college. 



J 



ROBERT J. AHL 



Talkative Bob, an avid sports fan, is 
planning to attend junior college. He 
is an active member of his C.Y.O. and 
has played C.Y.O. hockey. 



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RICHARD A. AHLQUIST 

Rich aspires to enter the Navy after 
graduation . . . loves G.T.O.'s and 
Pontiac Bonnevilles, but dislikes Ram- 
blers. Walking his dog at 11:00 P.M. 
even' night annoys him. 





ELAINE A. AKUXEVICH 

"Kooney" enjoys everything from 
dancing to chasing basketball players. 
She can be found cheering at football 
and basketball games . . . likes French 
poodles, but dislikes moody people 
. . . plans a career in nursing. 

H.R. Reflector Rep. 11, 12;Sec't.-Treas. 
of F.N. A. 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 




DAVID B. ALBION 

Al hopes to become a carpenter after 
attending college in the fall . . . girls, 
cars, skiing, and music are among 
his varied interests . . dislikes people 
who play practical jokes. 

Office Duty 11, 12; Open House 10, 
12; Honors 10, 11 



CLAIRES. ALEMIAN 

Dancing at the Surf, looking for a 
good part time job, and sewing keep 
E-Clair rather busy. She likes to travel 
and meet people, but is peeved by 
people who constantly lollow the crowd . 
Attending college appears in her future 
plans. 

Gymnastics 10; Campus H.R. Rep. 11, 
12 




GERALD H. ALEMIAN 

Sailing and all sports appeal to Jerry, 
who plays on a soccer team . . . also 
active in Demolay, he plans a career 
in engineering after college. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Key Club 12; 
Campus 10; Ski Club 12; Basketball 
10; Talent Show 11 





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PATRICIA A. ALEX 



A secretarial school and travelling are 
in Pat's future plans. She enjoys basket- 
ball and football games and ski trips 
. . . also likes vacations but dislikes 
homework and Mondav mornings. 

Fashion Show 11; Ski Club 11 




RICHARD A. ALEXANDER 

Rick, when not working at Stop & 
Shop as a cashier, spends his time 
bowling or card playing. He likes 
quiet, lonely places and good music 
. . . dislikes inconsiderate and loud 
people. His intentions are to join the 
Navy or Air Force after graduation. 



DANIEL C. ALLEN 

With a great interest in music, "Bozo" 
enjoys playing jazz. He spends his 
extra time working at Cain's Restau- 
rant, but after high school, hopes to 
attend Berkley College of Music . . . 
dislikes Guy Lombardo, turnips, and 
broken shoe laces. 

Band 10, 11, 12 




DUNCAN W. ALLEN 

Intelligent and friendly, Duncan heads 
for a career in languages or physical 
sciences. Among his outside interests 
are canoeing, coin collecting, and pho- 
tography ... is an active member in 
his church youth group. 

Theater Arts 10, 11, 12; Rrigadooii; 
Lab Ass't. 11, 12; Reflector Photo- 
graphy 11, 12; Chess Club 10; Con- 
servation Club 11, 12; High Honors 
10, 11; National Merit Semi-Finalist 





ROBERT J. ALTOBELLO 

A member of a C.Y.O. soccer team. 
Archie intends to see many places in 
his future vears. He likes girls and 
going to Boston Common, but his pet 
peeve is adults who criticize teenagers. 

Chess Club 12; Intramural Basketball 
10 



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GARY L. AMBLER 

Gary, who enjoys all sports, partici- 
pates on a C.Y.O. soccer team. He 
looks forward to attending college and 
being successful . . . dislikes school 
dress rules. 

Basketball Intramurals 10; Honors 10 



PATRICIA E. ANDERSEN 

Planning a career in teaching is Pattie's 
vocational objective . . . enjoys sports 
and sewing . . . dislikes teachers who 
give too much homework. 



GARY W. ANDERSON 

Although uncertain about his future 
plans, Gary will surely be a success 
in any endeavor . . . enjoys surfing, 
sports, and fast cars . . . dislikes short 
hair and slow drivers. 





SHIRIN ANDERSON 

Sherry, who hopes to attend college, 
works at Jordan Marsh in her spare 
time. She likes skiing and plaving the 
guitar. 

Jr. Party Comm.; Ski Club 11 




DONNA L. ANSALDI 

Donna enjoys sewing, dancing, and 
attending the school games. After grad- 
uation she hopes to attend business 
school and become a legal secretary. 
She likes listening to the radio . . . 
dislikes snobby people and spaghetti. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Reflector H.R. Rep. 10; Miss Martinez' 
Sec't.; Shorthand Cert. 60; Honors 10; 
Teacher's Conv. 10 



DONALD M. ANTONOWICZ 

A gourmet of fine foods, Don plans to 
attend Culinary Institute in Conn, for 
two years and become a chef . . . dis- 
likes people who fool in studies. 

Monitor 10; ('ap and Gown Comm. 12 




JAMES J. ARNONE 

Interested in swimming and cars, Arnie 
plans a career in the field of printing 
or the service. 

Open House 




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DOUGLAS G. AULD 

An active participant in sports, es- 
pecially football, Doug hopes to at- 
tend college and enter the art field. 
He likes Corvettes and Cobras . . . 
dislikes people who say, "You can't 
win them all. " 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Weight Lifting 
10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11, 12; 
Honors 10 




HELEN R. AUSTIN 

Helen, who plans to go to Quincy 
Junior College, would like to become 
a medical secretary. She works part- 
time at Cain's Restaurant and enjoys 
bowling, roller-skating, and dancing. 
She likes people who can make her 
laugh . . . dislikes conceited people. 

F.B.L.A. 12 



CAROLE F. BACH 

Carole hopes to attend a school of 
business retailing after graduation. 
She likes watching the Grand Prix 
races and dislikes boys with long hair. 



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JAMES M. BAGGETT 

Jim enjoys sports and can be seen 
plaving on the C.Y.O. basketball team. 
He hopes to attend college. His pet 
peeve is people who are late. 

Pep Club 12 





CATHERINE E. BAILEY 

Bail's ambition is to become an airline 
stewardess. She enjoys dancing and 
good shows . . . she dislikes snobs 
. . . likes people with class. 




RAYMOND J. BAILEY 

Working at A & P and the C.Y.O. 
keep Ray occupied in his spare time. 
He enjoys water skiing and working 
on radios and T.Y.'s. After graduation 
he plans to attend college. 

Ski Club 12; A.Y. 10, 11, 12; Spanish 
Club 10 



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PHILIP R. BALCOM 



Phil is interested in almost everything, 
especially swimming. He plans a career 
as a CP. A. after college . . . dislikes 
people who think they're great. 




JOHN A. BAMBRICK 

John likes the outdoor life along with 
basketball and traveling. He plans to 
enter the field of social work . . . likes 
athletic people. He dislikes people who 
smoke. 

Cross Country 10, 11; Spring Track 
11; Winter Track 10, 11 





KENNETH J. BANDERA 

Kenny, a lively person, works at 
Friendly 's in his spare time. He hopes 
to travel in the L T nited States after he 
graduates. He enjoys playing cards 
. . . dislikes people who are too so- 
phisticated to have a good time. 

Intramurals 10; Monitor 10 




JANICE M. BANDINI 

Janice's favorite hobbies are sewing, 
reading, and boating. She would like 
to attend Emmanuel College and major 
in French. Noisy people annoy her. 

Dramatics Club 10; Monitor 10; 
Campus Sales Rep. 10; Theater Arts 
11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; Brigadoon 
Usherette; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Arsenic 
and Old Lace; French Tutor 12; French 
Club 11; Honors 10, 11 



ROBERT J. BANNISTER 

Interested in baseball and cars, Bob 
would like to become a sheet metal 
worker after graduation. 




LLOYD J. BARBER 

Lloyd will enter the service after gradu- 
ation and possibly further his educa- 
tion upon discharge . . . likes helping 
people with their problems and being 
told the truth. 





PETER R. BARBER 

Peter plans a career as an engineer 
in laser technology. He enjoys model 
car and model boat racing and his 
favorite pastimes are football and 
swimming. He likes helping others and 
his pet peeve is people who think they 
know everything. 

Monitor 10; Wresding 11; Book Fair 
12; Audio Yisual 10 




ELIZABETH BARCELLOS 

A future elementary school teacher, 
Bettv is active in C.Y.O. and enjoys 
tennis and sewing. She dislikes un- 
friendly and conceited people. 

F.T.A. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; Arsenic and Old iMce 



MARIE B. BARKER 

Drum and Bugle Corp and working 
at the South Shore Hospital keep Marie 
busy in her spare time. She plans to 
attend Bridgewater State College and 
become an elementary teacher. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 



WILLIAM F. BARSTIS.JR 

Willie hopes to attend business school. 
His interests include water sports, cars, 
and playing the guitar. He likes girls 
with good personalities . . . dislikes 
conceited people and short vacations. 

Student Council 10; Cap and Cown 
Comm. 





KLAUS B. B ARTELS 

An avid Red Sox fan, Klaus plans a 
career in engineering. He is a member 
of Demolay and enjoys water skiing, 
sailing, and camping. He likes to at- 
tend the school games. 

French Club 10; Spanish Club 10; 
Chess Club 10; Lab. Ass't. 11, 12; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Brigadoon; Outdoor 
Club 12; High Honors 10, 11 




FRANK BASSET! 

A racing fan, Frank hopes to become 
a carpenter. He enjoys swimming and 
pool. 



STEVEN C. BATES 

College lies ahead for Steve. He enjoys 
playing the guitar and drums and 
hopes to join a rock 'n roll group . . . 
likes anything "In." 




N ROBERT G. BAULIS 

Bob plans a future in business. An 
active member of C.Y.O., he enjoys 
hockey, skiing, and bowling. He is 
also interested in cars and bikes. 





CHARLES A. BEAN 

Chuck plans to become a musician. 
Playing in the "Park Street Under" 
and driving motorcycles take up much 



of his spare time 
long hair. 



likes girls with 




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DEBORAH A. BEAUSANG 

Deb, who hopes to become a hair- 
dresser, enjoys tennis and water-skiing. 
An active member of Rainbow, she 
dislikes know-it-alls. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12 



LUCILLE A. BECKER 

Active in the Weymouth Art Associa- 
tion, Lucille plans to further her educa- 
tion in college. 

Cheerleader 12; Pep Club 11, V. Pres.; 
Campus Art Staff 11, 12; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Dramatic Club 10; Math Club 
12; Campus 11; Sr. Class Play Ticket 
Comm.; Honors 10, 11 




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KEVIN' L. BEGGS 

An active Eagle Scout, Kevin is also 
president of his church group. He en- 
joys swimming at the Y.M.C.A. . . . 
plans to make his future in the field 
of chemistry. 

Debating Team 11, 12; ChessClubll, 
12; J.M.S.V.C. 11; Reflector 10, 11, 
12; Math Club 12; Math Team 12; Nat. 
Science Fair 11; Williams College Book 
Award 11, Boys State 11; N.M.S.Q..T. 
Letter Commend.; High Honors 10, 11 





ALAN R. BELL 

Al, interested in ship and car engines, 
plans a career as an engineer. His 
outside interests include basketball, 
cars, girls, and motorcycles . . . also 
enjoys demolition derbies and drag 
racing. 

Cap and Gown Comm.; Reflector 
H.R. Rep.; Office Duty 




PAMELA A. BELL 

When she is not working part time at 
Jordan Marsh, Pam enjoys outdoor 
sports, especially water activities . . . 
loves traveling, Chinese food, and close 
scoring basketball games . . . dislikes 
loud people. She plans to attend a 
college for retailing after graduation. 

Gymnastics 10; Monitor 10; Student 
Activity 10; Campus 12 



CAROL A. BELLINO 

Carol, who plans to be a secretary 
after graduation, enjoys all summer 
activities, especially going to the beach 
. . . likes fun-loving people and in- 
teresting people. 

Mr. Dow's Sec't. 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Pep Club 10, 11; Honors 10, 11 




JOHN G. BENNETT 

Active in sports, Gary is also the presi- 
dent of his C.Y.O. . . . plans to attend 
a liberal arts college. 

Student Council Alternate 12; Golf 
Team 11; Monitor 12; Honors 10 





LINDA M. BENOIT 



An active member of her C.Y.O., Linda 
also enjoys skiing, camping, and boat- 
ing . . . plans to attend a business 
school to become an executive secre- 
tary . . . likes friendly, quia people 
and dancing . . . dislikes those who 
gossip. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Briga- 
dooti; Honors 10 




ROBERT E. BENTLEY 

Active in Fellowship, Rob is also an 
officer in Demolay . . . lists his out- 
side interests as skiing and sailing . . . 
plans to be a Doctor of Optometry. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Debate Club 11; 
Ski Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10,Chair- 
man 11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; A.Y. 
11; Sr. Prom Comm. 



LINDA M. BERGFORS 

Quiet and attractive, Linda is active in 
her church fellowship . . . hopes some- 
day to become a dietition. 

F.H.A. 10, 11, 12; Honors 11 




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SHEILA A. BERM INGHAM 



After graduation Sheila intends to 
work for the Telephone Company 
. . . likes bowling, swimming, and 
sewing but dislikes long hair on boys. 

Reflector 10; Fashion Show 11 





KENNETH G. BERQLTST 

Ken. who enjovs working with cars 
and radios, plans to further his edu- 
cation in electronic engineering. He 
lists his hobbies as weight lifting, bas- 
ketball, and water sports . . . likes 
people with a good sense of humor 
and also dating . . . dislikes childish 
girls. 

Wrestling 10; Open House 10; Prom 
Comm. 11; Jr. Usher; Honors 11 



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PAUL O. BICKFORD 

A future oceanographer, Bick's in- 
terests include cars and playing the 
guitar. He is also interested in sports. 

Winter Track; Gymnastics 



DAVID W. BITTNER 

David is considering the field of civil 
engineering as a career. His outside 
interests include scuba diving and 
hunting. 

Cap and Gown Comm.; Student Coun- 
cil 12; Student Council Norn. Comm. 
11 




HELEN E. BLEAKNEY 

Helen spends much of her spare time 
working at Birtwells' Bakery. She likes 
friendly people, driving, and bowling, 
but does not favor getting up in the 
morning. 





MONIQUE S. BLOOD 

Sue spends much of her time working 
at the Farmers' Market . . . enjoys 
dancing, dating, collecting records, and 
sewing . . . dislikes getting up early 
in the morning and conceited people. 
She aspires to become a hairdresser. 




STANLEY J. BOC 

Stanley's interests include boating, ski- 
ing, and girls with long hair. He hopes 
to become an oceanographer after at- 
tending college. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Chorale 11, 12; 
Brigadoon; Chemistry Lab. Ass't. 11; 
Football 11, 12; Winter Track 10 



ANTHONY J. BOGNANNO 

When he is not working as a cashier 
at Curtis Farms, Tony can be found 
playing his guitar. He especially likes 
pizza and ravioli . . . intends to attend 
a school of accounting. 




DONNA M. BOGNANNO 

Donna hopes that she will someday 
become a secretary or typist in an 
office. Outside interests include football 
games and basketball games . . . likes 
friendly people, but cannot tolerate 
those who are conceited. 

Mr. Hallow-ell's Sec't. 





LINDA M. BONIA 

Linda, who enjoys football games and 
basketball games, is also interested in 
bowling, crossword puzzles, and taking 
walks . . . favors pizza and friendly 
people, but intensely dislikes unfriend- 
ly, conceited people. 

Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Honors 10, 
11; Mr. Morrissey's Sec't. 




GERALD J. BORELLINI 

Gerry first intends to enter the Marines, 
followed by a career in the Telephone 
Company- He enjoys winter skiing and 
surfing . . . likes fast Volkswagons, 
but his pet peeve is to see a girl with 
a better car than his own. 

Football 10; Intramurals 10 



NOELM. BORHEK 

Noel intends to enter the field of re- 
tailing after graduation. Her spare 
time is spent as a salesgirl in Filene's 
. . . enjoys traveling and sewing. 

Talent Show 10; Fashion Show 10, 
11; Monitor 12; Campus 12; F.H.A. 
12; Honors 10; Usherette Sr. Class 
Play; Powder Puff Football. 




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JOHN A. BOSTWICK 

When he is not working as a salad 
boy at the Blue Hills Country Club, 
Jack can sometimes be found playing 
the guitar . . . also enjoys tennis, base- 
ball, and basketball . . . active in 
Y.M.C.A. activities and also a member 
of the Senior Pilgrim Fellowship . . . 
after attending college, he may enter 
the field of aviation. 





LINDA J. BOSTWICK 

Cute and friendly, Linda is interested 
in sewing and traveling. A member of 
the Jordan Marsh Creative Fashion 
Council, she will attend college and 
major in home economics. 

F.H.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Campus 
11, 12; Senior Class Play; Fashion 
Show 10, 11; I'sherette 11 




SUSAN A. BOURQTJE 

Sue hopes to attend college and major 
in home economics. In her spare time 
she enjoys folk music, sewing, and 
friendly people. 

Pep Club 11, 12 



BARBARA E. BOWEN 

Barbara hopes to attend art school 
where she will plan a commercial art 
career. She enjoys gymnastics, art, 
and boys, and spends much of her 
spare time working at Kentucky Fried 
Chicken. 

Gymnastics 11; Sr. Play Comm. 




KATHLEEN BOYLE 

A potential secretary, Kathy enjoys 
football games and horseback riding. 
She also likes friendly people and hav- 
ing fun. 

Mr. Fisher's Sec't. 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





PETER M. BOYLE 

After graduation Mike hopes to join 
the Air Force, followed by a career in 
carpentry. He enjoys water skiing, 
swimming, surfing, and horseback rid- 
ing . . . also likes driving cars and 
music. 

Open House 11; Office Duty 11; Lunch 
Duty 12; Outdoor Club 12; Honors 
10, 11 




THERESA A. BRACK 

Terry enjoys dancing and watching 
most sports . . . plans to become a 
secretary. Among her other activities, 
she holds a part time job at Sears. 

French Club 10; Mr. Perry's Sec't. 



PAMELA J. BRACKETT 

Pam, a talented artist, also finds time 
to ski, sew, and hold a part time job 
at Brigham's. She plans to enter an 
art school and major in commercial 
art. 

Jr. Party Comm.; Reflector H.R. Rep. 
10; Reflector Art 11, 12; Campus 10; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Spanish 
Club 10; Soph. Party Comm.; Talent 
Show LIsherette 10; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 




ROBERTA. BRADFORD 

Robert hopes to go on to college. His 
sports interests include basketball and 
golf. 

Basketball 10; Golf 10 





GREGORY J. BRASSO 

Greg, an avid participant in all sports, 
would like to attend college. He is 
peeved by slow golfers and bowlers. 

A.Y. 10; Ski Club 12 



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CARYL BRAYTON 

In her spare time, "Ca" enjoys danc- 
ing and the Surf. She spends her sum- 
mers working at the Cape Cod Mel- 
ody Tent and also modeling. She hopes 
to attend the Academy of Dramatic 
Arts in N.Y. where she will plan her 
future as a dancer in the theatre. 

Band 10, 11; Cymnastics 10 



SUSAN C. BRENNER 

Susan hopes to attend art school after 
graduating from high school. She 
spends much ol her spare time as a 
waitress and hostess-cashier at Filene's 
restaurant. 

Dramatic Club 10; Soph. Class Play 
Reflector Art Staff 11, Ed. 12; Con- 
servation Club 11; Campus SalesStaff 
11; J.M.S.V.C. 11; One Act Plays 11; 
Sr. Class Play Scenery Comm. 



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MARILYN C. BREWER 



Marilyn is a pleasant girl who enjoys 
most sports, especially bowling. She 
has no immediate future plans as yet 
. . . dislikes conceited people. 





CAROLYN L. BRIGGS 

Carolyn plans to be a key-punch oper- 
ator. Outside of school she enjoys horse- 
back riding . . . her pet peeve is peo- 
ple who do not pay back money. 

Riding Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11 




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DOROTHY E. BROWN 

Dottie, an avid sports enthusiast, en- 
joys ice skating and skiing, as well 
as sewing and knitting. Being secre- 
tary of her youth fellowship and work- 
ing at Filene's occupy much of her 
spare time. She plans to attend college. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Campus Sales Staff 11, 
Business Manager 12; Ski Club 11, 
12; Gymnastics 11, 12; Book Fair 12 



KEVIN J. BROWN 

Kev, who enjoys photography and rid- 
ing, hopes to attend a business school 
and travel extensively. He likes people 
that are fun to be with. 

Chorus 10; Dramatic Club 10; Riding 
Club 10; Campus 10; Senior Play 
Comm.; Reflector H.R. Rep. 12 




MARILYN L. BROWN 

Marilyn plans a career in fashion 
design after attending college. Her in- 
terests include skiing, sewing, and 
watching all sports. 

Monitor 10; Reflector Adv. Staff 12; 
Pep Club 12; Spanish Club 10; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Gymnastics 11, 12; High 
Honors 11; F.B.L.A. 12 





MARK C. BROWN 

Mark enjoys music, history, and elec- 
tronics. He plans to attend a technical 
school or college, majoring in elec- 
tronics . . . dislikes discourteous peo- 
ple. 

Theater Art 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; 
One Act Play 11; A.V. 12; Spring 
Track 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Honors 
11 




MICHAEL B. BROWN 



Mike, a fine artist and a friend to all, 
will certainly find great rewards in his 
chosen field of commercial art. Within 
the next year, he hopes to enter an art 
school where he will further his talents. 

Scenery Comm. 12 



ROBERT M. BROYDRICK 

Bob enjoys all sports, especially bas- 
ketball and tennis. He is an active 
member of his C.Y.O. and plans to 
go to college and become a teacher. 

Tennis 11, 12; Orchestra 12; Arsenic 
and Old Lace; Language Lab. Ass't. 




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JANET L. BUGKNER 

Janet has plans for a career in fashion 
design. In her spare time she is kept 
busv at a part-time job and also is 
president of her church group . . . es- 
pecially likes Weymouth High football 
games. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 11. 
12; F.T.A. 11; Fashion Show 11, 12; 
F.H.A. 12 





JANET BUGBEE 

Jan, an officer in her C.Y.O., enjoys 
horseback riding and dancing. She 
looks forward to a successful career 
in fashion designing. 

Mrs. McThing; Majorette 11; Sopho- 
more Party Comm.; Campus 10 




CAROL J. BUKER 

Carol, who loves Cape Cod summers, 
plans to go into the Navy. Her pet 
peeve is people without a good sense 
of humor. 

Pep Club 10. 11 



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THOMAS M. BULLIO 

Tom, plans to take a P.G. course in 
structural design. He enjoys photogra- 
phy and swimming and is annoyed 
by small cars. 




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RICHARD B. BULMAX 

Dick is a quiet boy who enjoys home 
projects such as repairing cars. Un- 
friendly and conceited girls do not 
find favor with him. 

Tennis 10, 11, 12 




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ROBERT M. BURNS 

Watching TV and surfing interest Bob. 
He especially likes blondes. 

Intramurals 10; Gvmnastics 11, 12; 
Pep Club 12; Chem. Lab. Ass't. 11 




DONALD H. BURRELL 

Very active in church affairs, Don is 
President of his C.Y.O. and Treasurer 
of the Quincy Deanery. A lover of 
all sports, his pet peeve is people who 
go too slow on the expressway. 

Chorus 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; 
Reflector 10. 11, 12; Junior Usher; 
High Honors 10, 11; Merit Scholar- 
ship Letter Commend. 



JAMES A. BURROWS 

A veteran traveler, Jim has been to 
Europe twice and California once. His 
future plans include going to college 
and then traveling around the world. 

Outdoor Club 12 




PRISCILLA A. CALL 

Always smiling, Pris sees her future 
in the field of art. In her spare time 
she can be seen working at Curtis 
Farms. 

Arsenic and Old Lace 12 





LINDA J. CAMPBELL 

Traveling after business school is in 
Linda's future. A girl who is always 
laughing, she dislikes unfriendly peo- 
ple. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 12: 
Ski Club 12 



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SUSAN J. CAMPBELL 

Sewing, horseback riding, and skating 
are Sue's main interests. After college, 
she plans to become a designer and 
clothing teacher. She likes people who 
enjoy a good life. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm.; 
Campus 12; Fashion Show 10, 11, 12 



NANCY J. CAMPOS 

Nancy is a very quiet girl who aspires 
to becoming a nurse. Boys with long 
hair and girls in mini-skirts displease 
her most. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




CHRISTOPHER M. CANAN 

A welcome addition to Weymouth's 
senior class, Chris attended high school 
in Maclean, Virginia last year. 





DOUGLAS C. CANDITO 

Doug plans to enter the service in the 
future. His main interests are cars 
and girls. 




CHARLES T. CANNON 

When not working at Kelly's Ham- 
burgers, Charlie somehow finds the 
time to include church basketball 
among his many activities. People 
who don't support our boys in Viet- 
nam annoy him. He plans to go to 
college, then enter the service. 

A.V. Club 10; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; 
Brigadoon; Key Club 12; Cap and 
Cown Comm. 



DIANE J. CANNON 

Di hopes to attend business school 
after graduation. Vice-President of her 
C.Y.O., she likes sharply dressed boys, 
dancing, and sports. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Library Staff 1 1 




CONRAD T. CAPASSO 

When not working at Olden 's Pharm- 
acy, Con can be found participating 
in such outdoor activities as camping, 
swimming, and Boy Scouts. He hopes 
to enter the Navy and become a nu- 
cleonic technician. 

Dramatic Club 10; Cafe. Worker 10; 
Lab. Ass't. 11, 12; A.V. 10, 11, 12 






GAIL M. CAPELLE 

Gail spends a large part of her spare 
time working at Jordan Marsh. She 
plans to attend LT. Mass and become 
a sewing teacher. Disinterested people 
bother her. 

Monitor 10; Office Helper 10; Fashion 
Show 10, 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 




MARGARET A. CAREY 

Peggy, a future teacher, can be found 
working at Curtis Farms. Active in 
C.Y.O., she dislikes unfriendly people. 

Monitor 10; Campus Sales Staff; F.T.A. 
11; F.H.A. 11; Pep Club 11, 12 



CLYDE W. CARLSON 

Clyde, an avid sports fan, loves to 
surf, water and snow ski, and hunt. 
He hopes to further his education in 
the field of wildlife management . . . 
admires blondes with blue eyes ... is 
a member of his Demolay. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Key Club 12; Out- 
door Club 12; Conservation Club 12 




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DONALD R. CARLSON 

An avid sports fan, Don spends most 
of his free time working at the D. P. W. 
He hopes to further his education at 
business school. 

Intramurals 



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MAUREEN CARSON 

A quiet, likeable girl, Maureen is a 
member of the St. Francis Drum Corps 
and hopes to become a nurse. Her pet 
peeve is wearing glasses. 

Gvmnastics 10; Riding Club 12; Re- 
flector Adv. Staff 12; F.N. A. 11, 12; 
Spanish Club 12 



CHERYL A. CARUSO 

Cheryl plans to work in an office after 
graduation. She is a C.Y.O. member 
and enjoys dances . . . phoney people 
annov her. 





LAURENCE G. CARVER 

A surfing and basketball fan, Larry 
likes people with a good sense of humor. 
He hopes to further his education in 
electronic engineering . . . dislikes girls 
who smoke. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Student Coun- 
cil; Sr. Nom. Comm; Pres., W.V.T. 
H.S.; High Honors 10, 11; Merit 
Award 11 



FREDERICK M. CASPER 

Rick plans to attend Bentley College 
after graduation. He can often be seen 
working at First National or playing 
the drums . . . enjoys baseball, but dis- 
likes homework. 

Intramurals 10 




JUDITH A. CARROLL 

With friends to match her numerous 
activities, Judie's future plans include 
business school. She is very active in 
her C. Y. 0., yet still finds time to 
work part-time. 

Reflector H. R. Rep. 10; Dramatic 
Club 10; Ski Club 12; Pep Club 12; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 



JOY M. CARTOLANO 

Always on the go, Joy is a personable 
girl who plans to go to college. She 
likes sincere people and spends much 
of her time painting. 

Riding Club 10; French Club 11; 
Campus Sales Staff 11; Campus Aca- 
demic Ed. 12; Office Worker 12; Ski 
Club 12; Pep Club 12; Honors 10 





KEVIN T. CARUSO 

Stark plans to enter the business world 
after graduating. Girl watching is his 
favorite sport ... he also likes parties. 



STEPHEN M. CASHMAN 

Steve spends most of his leisure time 
working at the Capitol Supermarket. . . 
dislikes homework and hopes to attend 
the Maritime Academy. 

Spanish Club 10; Lab Ass't. 11; Out- 
door Club 12; Merit Scholarship Letter 
Commend. 






WILLIAM E. CASSEN 

Bill likes working on cars and collect- 
ing records. His future plans are un- 
decided. A part time job occupies his 
time after school . . . conceited blondes 
displease him. 



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DANIEL S. CASSESE 

An avid sports fan and C.V.O. member, 
Dan plans to attend college after gradu- 
ation. Working, fishing, and assembl- 
ing models are his hobbies. He is also 
interested in music . . . Monday morn- 
ing is his pet peeve. 

Band 10, 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12 



JUDITH E. CAVANAUGH 

Judy's hobbies include swimming and 
skating. She is interested in becoming 
either a hairdresser or a secretary. 
Friendly and sociable people please 
her . . . snobs annoy her. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Honors 10 



JANICE M. CAVICCHI 

Nursing lies in Terrie's future . . . she 
also plans to tour Europe. Her hobbies 
include sewing and painting . . . horse- 
back riding and skiing interest her 
also. 

Library Staff 11; Honors 11; High 
Honors 10 





JAMES L. CAZEAULT 

Bright-eved Teddy enjoys sailing and 
girls. His future plans have not been 
decided yet. 

Football 10 




CYNTHIA M. CELLA 

Cyndi, quiet but observant, hopes to 
attend a business college. Sewing and 
reading are among her many hobbies 
. . . dislikes snobby people. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



SHIRLEY M. CESARINI 

Shirley's fine personality will be an 
asset to her nursing career. She loves 
the Cape and most water sports. She 
loves people, especially children. 

Monitor 10; Campus 10, 11, 12; 
French Club 11, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; 
Honors 10, 11 




JAMES P. CEURVELS, JR. 

Jim is an avid surfer and scuba diver. 
You can always find him near the 
water . . . plans to enter the service after 
graduation. 





LEON G. CHABOT 

Interested in flying, Leon plans a career 
in the Air Force. He is interested in all 
sports, especially surfing . . . dislikes 
burned hamburgers. 

Monitor 10; Honors 10 




CATHY A. CHAFE 

Cathy would like to be a medical 
secretary after graduation. She likes 
friendly people and babysitting. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; French Clubl0;Grad. 
Dance Comm. 



NORMAN B. CHAPLIN 

A future heating contractor, Norm is 
a member of his church basketball 
team . . . also enjoys flying. 




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RICHARD W. CHASE 

Wavne. friendly and energetic, can 
usually be found eating hamburgers 
at Mac's. After graduating he plans 
to enter college and go into the field 
of law. He is a member of DeMolay 
and a cashier at First National Stores. 

Monitor 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; 
Class Treas. 10, 11; Sr. Xom.Comm.; 
Student Council 10; Opening Ex. 10; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 





PAUL G. CHEBATOR 

Paul enjoys all sports, especially base- 
ball. His future lies in the field of 
carpentry . . . geology is one of his 
main hobbies . . . likes good food and 
leisure time. 

Sec't. - Treas., W.V.T.H.S.; Office Duty; 
Open house 10, 11 




SUSAN M. CHERRY 

Sue's consideration for others leads 
her into the nursing profession. She 
also hopes to join the Peace Corps . . . 
loves all sports and is a special ad- 
mirer of the Red Sox. Her spare time 
is spent either doing volunteer work 
at South Shore Hospital or teaching 
Sundav School. 

Pep Club 10, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
F.N.A. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



JUDITH A. CHRISTIAN 

Judy, th,e lead singer in "The Chalk 
Garden," hopes to attend a school of 
music. Mustangs and blue-eyed boys 
interest her . . . member of a bowling 
league . . . dislikes people who don't 
move fast in the corridors between 
classes. 

Chorus 10, 11; Talent show 10, 11, 
12; Brigadoon; Mr. Brizzi's Sec't. 12 




KATHLEEN A. CHUBBUCK 

Kathy's love of children will be an 
asset in her career as a practical nurse. 
In her spare time she works at the 
hospital as a dietetic aide and plays 
the guitar . . . dislikes conceited people. 



Riding Club 11, 12; F.N.A. 11, 12 





ARTHUR E. CICCHESE 

Art enjoys cars and parties and is 
also a sports fan ... a college educa- 
tion is next for him. 

Football 10; H.R. Rep. 10; Monitor 
10; Sr. Play 




JANET A. CICCHESE 

Jan hopes to attend the American 
Academy of Dramatic Arts. She re- 
cently came to Weymouth from Abing- 
ton High where she participated in the 
library club, chorus, and drama club. 
She enjoys acting, reading, and 
singing. 

Folk Art 12; Chorus 12 



ANDREA M. CIGNARELLA 

Andi, intelligent and inquisitive, al- 
ways stands up for what she believes 
. . . college and a career as teacher 
are her future goals . . . bugged by 
narrow-minded people . . . her spare 
time is occupied by working in the 
children's room at Tuft's Library. 

Dramatic Club 10; Ski Club 11. 12; 
Jr. Party Comm.; Honors 10, 11 




ANN J. CIPULLO 

Janie hopes to work in the airlines 
after graduation . . . sewing and work- 
ing in a nursing home consume most 
of her spare time . . . likes to get out 
and have a good time whenever she 
can. 

Campus 10, 11; Ski Club 11, 12; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Mr. West's Sec't.; 
Honors 10, 11 





JANET M. CLANCY 

Janet has a number of outside interests 
and can be found skiing, dancing, or 
working in a nursing home. Her future 
plan is to become an airline stewardess. 

Ski Club 12; Jr. Partv Comm.; Honors 
10 



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PAULA M. CLANCY 

1'aula is interested in the business world 
. . . member of Rainbow . . . wants to 
attend Chandler after graduation. 

F.B.L.A. 12 



CHARLES L CLARK 

Charlie is interested in political science 
as a career . . . enjoys Bob Dvlan and 
Tennyson . . . plans a college educa- 
tion. 



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KATHLEEN E. CLARK 

Kathie, intelligent in all her studies, 
loves traveling . . . will be a welcomed 
addition to whatever college she 
chooses. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; French Club 
10; Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 12; 
High Honors 10, 11 





MARY L. CLARK 

Water skiing, ice skating, and folk 
music comprise Mary's interests . . . 
member of Rainbow . . . people who 
have no school spirit disturb her . . . 
future includes Boston State and a 
career in teaching. 

Talent Show 10; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Exchange Concert 11, 12; Conserva- 
tion Club 11, 12; Library Staff 11, 
12; Lang. Lab. Ass't. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Iirigadoon; Sr. Play; 
F.T.A. 12; Folk Song Society 12. 




MARCIA L. CLEMENT 

Outgoing, with lots of school spirit, 
Marcia wants to go on to college . . . 
her interests include water and snow- 
skiing ... a certain success in any 
career she chooses. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Brigadoon; Jr. Party Comm.; Cam- 
pus Sales Staff 11; Gymnastic Club 11 




SANDRA A. CLOS 

Pretty and hard working, Sandie is 
sure to be a fine model and secretary 
. . . sewing, dancing, and meeting new- 
people are among her varied interests. 



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DANIEL J. CLIFFORD 

Dan's favorite pastimes are bowling, 
sailing, surfing, and playing pool . . . 
he is sure to be a success in college. 





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KATHRYN M. COBBETT 

Kathy hopes to go to college after 
graduation. A sometimes quiet girl, 
she regularly attends C.Y.O. meetings 
in her church and enjoys many outside 
sports. Swimming and skating are at 
the top of the list. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; French Club 
10; Honors 10, 11; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 




PATRICIA A. COBBETT 

Pat plans to go to a business school 
and then do some traveling upon 
graduating. Her interests include 
swimming and boys. One thing that 
peeves her is homework. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



DOUGLAS W. COCHRANE 

Doug hopes to become an auto mechan- 
ic after trying his luck at Norwood 
Arena. His hobbies include stock car 
racing and drag races . . . dislikes slow 
drivers on the expressway. 



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DIANE L. COLE 

Dee Dee hopes to be a model with 
plans of someday being a buyer. Sew- 
ing and cooking are among her in- 
terests. She also enjoys tall, dark-haired 
boys, but can't put up with conceited 
people. 

Library Staff 11; Monitor 10; Fashion 
Show 12 





PATRICIA A. COLERAX 

Pat enjoys all sports especially swimm- 
ing, Softball and horseback riding . . . 
plans to attend Bridgewater State Col- 
lege and become a teacher. She is an 
active member of C.Y.O. 

Office Worker 10; H.R. Mess'ger 11; 
Honors 10; F.T.A. 12 




JOSEPH A. COLLETT III 

Jay plans to work for the telephone 
company. He enjoys camping and 
fishing and can't wait to graduate. 
His one pet peeve is conceited people. 

Outdoor Club 12; A.V. 10 



CATHERINE COLLINS 

Cathy intends to further her education. 
She is busy sewing when not working 
at the Dew Drop Cleaners . . . espe- 
cially enjoys going to band practice. 

Monitor 10; Fashion Show 11; Re- 
flector Rep. 11, 12; Mr. Duseau's 
Sec't. 12 




FRANCES X. COLLINS 

Fran plans to attend a school for 
education in foods management. She 
is employed as a waitress at Chef's 
Hat and offers her time as a coun- 
selor at the Quincy Y.M.C.A. She en- 
joys swimming and boating, but dis- 
likes rude people. 

Spanish Club 10; F.H.A. 12 





JAXET M. COLLINS 

Upon graduation Janet would like to 
become a secretary. Her interests in- 
clude skating and going to band prac- 
tice, but she dislikes snobby people. 




PAUL A. COLLINS 

Paul plans to attend a school of ac- 
counting after graduation. He enjoys 
baseball and basketball, and his favor- 
ite hobby is playing the drums. 

Chorus 10 



AGNES CONNOLLY 

Agnes plans to go to college and be- 
come a teacher. She enjoys reading 
and listening to all types of music. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 




JANE E. CONNOLLY 

Tracey looks forward to a career in 
nursing and is presently employed at 
the Rest Haven nursing home. Her 
outside interests include football and 
basketball games . . . likes Corvettes 
and old movies . . . dislikes being 
called Jane. 

Library Staff 11, 12; Gymnastics 11, 
12; Ski Club 12; Campus 11, 12; 
F.N. A. 12; Book Fair 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 





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JEAN M. CONNOLLY 

Jeanie plans to move to Boston in the 
future. She likes to read, listen to 
records, and play the guitar. She is 
emploved at Armand's Seafood. Her 
one pet peeve is waiting for the bus 
from Field's Corner. 

Honors 10 



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MAR IK A. CONNOLLY 

After attending college Marie hopes 
to become an elementary school teach- 
er. Her interests include listening to 
records, sketching, and working. 

FT. A. 11, 12; PepClubl 1,12; Honors 
10, 11; Spanish Club 12; H. R. Treas. 
12 



JAMES F. CONNOR, JR. 

"Utile Guy" has a promising future 
awaiting him in the business world. 
An active member of C.V.O., he also 
participates in many school sports and 
can be found working at Curtis Farms. 

Intramurals 10; Cross Country 11; 
Wrestling 12 



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JOHN F. CONROV 

After attending Quincy Vocational 
School, John hopes to become a drafts- 
man. His outside interests include base- 
ball and square dancing . . . also likes 
money and girls, but dislikes know-it- 
alls and cold gym floors. 





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JOSEPH A. CORBO, JR. 

A friend to all, Joe wants to go to 
college upon graduating. He is em- 
ployed at General Flooring Company. 
Joe is sports-minded and enjoys work- 
ing out with weights . . . likes good 
clothes, but can't stand people who 
wear white socks. 

J.V. Football 10; Baseball 10, 12; 
Student Council 10, 11, Pres. 12; Key 
Club 12; Monitor 10, 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 




GLEN H. CORNELL 

Glen plans to further his education at 
Franklin Institute. Now working for 
a veterinarian, he likes to plav the 
electric guitar in his spare time. Girls 
with blonde hair interest him . . . dis- 
likes girls who smoke. 

Honors 10, 11, 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 



SHIRLEY E. CORNISH 

Shirley hopes to be a fashion designer 
after graduation. She enjoys sewing, 
horseback riding, and working . . . 
loud people annoy her. 

Riding Club 10, 11; Fashion Show 11; 
Pep Club 10 




PATTI A. CORRIGAN 

Patti plans to attend college where 
she will take a dietary-medical course. 
She enjoys gymnastics, skiing, and 
surfing. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Cheerleading 
11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; J. M.S. V. C. 
10, 11, 12; Honors 10 





SANDRA M. CORSON 

Sandy likes skiing, sailing and friendly 
people. She plans to attend college. 

Jr. Party Comm.; Ski Club 11 




DANIEL J. COSGROVE, JR. 

Dan is a New York Giants' fan and 
keeps his eye on the Boston Bruins 
through the winter. He enjoys camping 
and fishing out of doors and plans 
to teach when out of college. 

Math Club 11, 12 



MARIA M. COSIO 

Maria plans to major in psychology 
at college. Her outside activities in- 
clude swimming and reading. She likes 
to drive. 

Honors 11 




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GARY L. COSMAN 

Beyond college, Gary's future plans 
are uncertain . . . enjoys operating and 
repairing A. Y. equipment. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 





FRANK D. COSTA 

Frank, an outstanding football player, 
hopes to enter college and major in 
physical education to be a football 
coach. He likes girls with a good sense 
of humor, but is annoyed by conceited 
people. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 12; 
Intramurals 10; Powder Puff Cheer- 
leader; Caf. Mon. 12 




KEYIN M. COSTELLO 

Ali plans to attend college where he 
will major in business administration. 
He enjoys most sports, especially base- 
ball and basketball. 



MARSHA A. COTTER 

Marsha enjoys skating, bowling, surf- 
ing, and cooking in her spare time. A 
member of her C.Y.O., she plans to 
attend business school after gradua- 
tion. 

Pep Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




DIANE M. COURTNEY 

Diane plans to become a pharmacist 
on the hospital or industrial level. 
Sewing, interior decorating, and cook- 
ing occupy her spare time. 

Monitor 10; Riding Club 11; F.H.A. 
11, 12; Honors 10, 11 





LYNNE F. COURTNEY 

After a junior college, Lynne hopes to 
become a medical secretary. A skating 
and bowling fan, she also loves to 
dance and is active in C.Y.O. 

F. B. L. A. 12; Pep Club 12; Miss 
Toomey's Sec't 12; Honors 11; Short- 
hand Cert. 60, 80 




DIANNE S. COYENEY 

Now working at the Braintree Phar- 
macy, Dianne hopes to become a sec- 
retary or hairdresser . . . dislikes hypo- 
crites. 

Chorus 10; Shorthand Cert. 60; Mr. 
Rudolph's Sec't. 12 



JOYCE P. CRATTY 

Reading, playing whist, swimming, 
and theSupremes are among "'Spiffy s" 
interests. She hopes to become an ele- 
mentary school teacher and eventually 
a housewife. Her pet peeve is two- 
faced people. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Honors 10 




MAUREEN P. COYNE 

Reeni, a future teacher, likes to attend 
football games, dances, and vocal 
meets . . . enjoys traveling in the spring 
and fall. 

Glee Club 10, 11; F.T.A. 12 




DANIEL B. CRIPPS 



"Crispy" plans a career in teaching. 
He enjoys basketball and football and 
collects stamps and coins . . . likes free- 
dom, liberty, and life. 

Library Staff 10; Riding Club 12 



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RONALD P. CROMBIE 

Ronnie plans to enter the Coast Guard 
after graduation and then become a 
printer. Fixing cars occupies much of 
his spare time . . . enjovs watching 
stock car racing . . . dislikes short- 
haired girls. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




DAVID J. CRONIN 

Dave, who plans to attend Westworth 
Institute, will one day be a fine aero- 
nautical engineer . . . enjoys sailing, 
swimming, and skiing. 

Riding Club 10, 11, 12 




RICHARD G. CROOKS 

Hardworking and industrious Rich 
plans to become a contractor. In his 
spare time, he enjoys racing and work- 
ing on cars. 

Honors 10 . 11 



ROGER C. CROPPER 

Rocky plans to enter the Seebees upon 
graduation and also hopes to go 
across the country by bike. A major 
part of his leisure time is spent working 
on cars. He likes girls with long hair. 

Sr. Prom. Comm. 




GAIL M. CROWLEY 

As a person who enjovs sewing, bowl- 
ing, roller skating, and boating, Gail 
hopes that in the future she will be- 
come a secretarv and travel. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 





RONALD J. CUGNO 

Active in C.Y.O.,"Scooch "enjoys base- 
ball, surfing, and playing the guitar 
... he's a member of the band. 
"Kahuna and the Mooners." After 
graduation he plans to attend Bridge- 
water State College. 

Football; Wrestling; Intramurals; 
Weighdifting 




PATRICIA A. CULLEN 

A part-time worker at a telephone com- 
pany. Patti hopes to become a hair- 
dresser. She likes surfing, bowling, 
and the color purple . . . dislikes people 
that don't enjoy a good time. 

Fashion Show 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Miss Kovac's Sec't. 12 



JAMES M. CULLIYAN 

Jim hopes to enter the service after 
graduation. He enjoys horseback rid- 
ing, footballl, and baseball. 

Cafeteria Duty 12; Open House 10, 
11, 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




PATRICIA A. CULLIYAN 

Pat hopes to become a practical nurse. 
A member of her C.Y.O. basketball 
team, she also enjoys tennis, water 
skiing, and surfing. 

Student Council 10; H. R. Rep. 10; 
F. N. A. 12 





DONALD J. GUMMING 

Don's future is undecided as yet. but 
he hopes to further his education. He 
enjovs sports, especially football and 
surfing. 

Spring Track 10. 11. 12; Winter Track 
12; Sr. Prom Comm.; Intramurals 10 



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JAMES M. CUMMINGS 

A member of C.Y.O., Jim plans to 
further his education . . . interested in 
scuba diving and skiing. 

Track 10; Intramurals 10; Football 
10, 11; Ski Club 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



MARGARET M. CUNNINGHAM 

Peggy, a sports enthusiast, can often 
be found skiing down a mountainside. 
After attending college she is sure to 
go far in her chosen field of music. 

Monitor 10; J. M. S. V. C. 12; Orches- 
tra 12; Pep Club 12; F. T. A. 12; Ski 
12; Riding Club 12; Camera Club 12; 
('amp us 12 




RICHARD H. CURRIER 

An excellent musician, Rick now plays 
the piano in a discotheque. After major- 
ing in music at college, he hopes to 
perform in Broadway musicals. A 
member of the National Ski Patrol, he 
enjoys water and snow skiing. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11; Soph. Party Comm. 
Chorus 10, 11, 12; lingadoon; Talent 
Show 1 1 





MARILYN T. CURTIN 

Going to dances, listening to records, 
sewing, and sports interest Marilyn 
in her spare time. She hopes to attend 
a fashion designing school. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Fashion Show 11; 
Pep Club 11; Honors 11 




CYNTHIA L CUSHING 

Cindy enjoys traveling and many 
sports, such as horseback riding, ski- 
ing, skating, and tennis. She plans to 
attend F.ndicott Junior College after 
graduation. 



Cap and Gown Comm. 



DAVID G. CUSHMAN 

A sports enthusiast, Dave enjoys all 
sports, especially football . . . loves 
Italian food, but hates getting up early. 

Intramurals 10; Reflector H. R. Rep. 
12; Honors 10 




JO ANN D'ACCI 

Although her plans are uncertain, Jo 
Ann hopes to attend college. 




LINDA L. DALESANDRO 

Linda enjoys horseback riding and 
Italian food . . . hates people who make 
fun of Italians . . . working as a secre- 
tary is her future plan. 

Chorus 10; Talent Show 10; Folk 
Music Show 10 




CHARLES E. DACEY 

"Spock", an avid sportsman, enjoys 
sky-diving and writing. He likes pop- 
tarts, football, and watermelon and 
hopes in the future to attend the Uni- 
versity of Rhode Island or the Uni- 
versity of Connecticut and study ma- 
rine biology. 

Football 10; Intramurals 10; Weight 
Lining 10; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; 
Winter Track 11, 12; Sr. Prom Comm. 



KATHLEEN V. DALEY 

Kathy, who likes real individualists, 
is planning for a career in foreign 
languages or social work. In her spare 
time she enjoys dramatics, sewing, and 
the ocean. 

One Act Play Festival 10; Mrs. Mc- 
Thing 10: F.T.A. 11; Theater Arts 11, 
12; Brigadoon; Arsenic and Old Lace; 
J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, Chairman of Blind 
12; Campus 11, Ed.-in-Chief 12; High 
Honors 10, 11; National Merit Letter 
Commend. 




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GEORGE D. DALTON 

George plans to attend college where 
he will major in psychology. His out- 
side interests include folk music, elec- 
tronics, and writing. 

Track 10 





RICHARD G. DALY 

Attending college lies in Rick's future 
plans ... he can be found working at 
Tedeschi's or watching television . . . 
pet peeve is little sisters. 

Honors 10, 11 




MARY E. D 'ANDREA 

Mary likes people who are sincere . . . 
she enjoys horseback riding, dancing 
at the Surf, and art sketching in Boston 
. . . works at Howard Johnson's and 
belongs to the Weymouth Art Associa- 
tion . . . plans to become an art teacher. 

Campus 11, Art Ed. 12; F. T. A. 12; 
Arsenic and Old Lace 



NANCY L. DARR 

To be a fashion designer lies in Nancy's 
future plans . . . outside activities in- 
clude Rainbow, E.Y.C., and her church 
choir . . . likes people who are con- 
siderate. 

Library Staff 10, 11; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Chorus 11, 12; Chorale 11 




JAMES M. DAVIN 

A member of his C.Y.O., Jim partici- 
pates on the C.Y.O. hockey team and 
in the Drum and Bugle Corps. He 
hopes to attend Wentworth Institute to 
study aerospace engineering. 

Football 10; A. V. 10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Honors 10 





ANN M. DAVIS 

Ann intends to further her education, 
but is undecided into what field she 
will go . . . likes ice cream and foot- 
ball games . . . her interests include 
reading and current events. 

Reflector Sec't.; Sr. Nom. Comm.; F.B. 
L.A. 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 




KARIN L. DAVIS 

Karin, an excellent singer, performs 
as a member of "The Four Dreamers." 
A future dental assistant, she enjoys 
waterskiing, music, and fast cars. 

Student Council 10; Talent Show 10, 
11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 



NANCY J. DAVIS 

A member of the Boston Youth 
Chorus, Nancy also enjoys sewing, 
volley ball, and basketball. She is 
undecided about her future. 

Fashion Show 10, 12; Campus 12 




LAUREL J. DAVISON 

Laurie would like to attend college and 
become an elementary school teacher. 
Outside of school she is active in Rain- 
bow and church basketball; also 
teaches Sunday school. She likes to 
play the guitar and piano . . . also 
likes sewing, cooking, and horseback 
riding. 

Student Activity 10; Monitor 10; 
Chorus 10, 12; Glee Club 11; F. T. A. 
12; J. M. S. V. C. ll,12;Pep Club 11, 
12; One Act Play II 




PAL L DEADY 

A future sheet metal worker. Paul en- 
jovs football, pool, and hunting . . . 
also likes fast converibles. 

Honors 10. 11 




ROBERT J. DEAKIN 

After attending college as a math major, 
Bob hopes to be very successful. He 
enjoys swimming, skiing, basketball, 
and politics . . . dislikes political re- 
actionaries. 

French Club 10, 11; Band 10, 11 12; 
Political Science Club 12; Monitor 10; 
Arsenic and Old Lace. Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



GAIL DeCREGORY 

Gail plans a career in the secretarial 
field. A member of her C.V.O., she 
enjoys sports, working, and having a 
good time . . . dislikes unfriendly 
people. 

Campus Sec't. 11. Head 12; Mr. Clav- 
ton's Sec't. 12; F. B. L A. 11, 12; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Cap and Gown Comm.: 
Reflector H. R. Rep. 11; Monitor 10 




JOHN E. DeLISLE 

After graduation John hopes to be- 
come a draftsman. As an active mem- 
ber of C.Y.O., he belongs to the St. 
Francis Drum and Bugle Corps. 

Chorus 10 





JEANNE M. DeLONG 

Jeanne's future plans include a career 
in the secretarial field. She enjoys danc- 
ing. Hippies, and love-ins . . . dislikes 
conceited people. 

Mr. Blake's Sec't. 




LINDA A. DELOREY 

Linda plans to further her education. 
She enjovs square dancing, bowling, 
swimming, and painting. 

Glee Club 10. 11; Riding Club 12; Pep 
Club 12 



JOHN F. DEMPSEY, III 

John, whom you can find playing 
hockey and fishing, dislikes snobby 
people. His future plan is to attend 
a business school. 

Intramurals 10 




WILLIAM J. D ENTREMONT 

After attending Boston State College. 
Bill plans to become a history teacher. 
His main interests are hockey and 
baseball . . . dislikes conceited girls. 





GEORGIANN DEYER 

Usually known as Georgi. she has an 
interest in most sports and loves boat- 
ing. After graduation she wants to 
anend a business school. 

Campus H. R. Rep. 10; F.B.LA. 11 




PETER J. DEVLIN 

Pete, who can be found playing in a 
group or listening to rock 'n roll, loves 
fast cars. After graduating from busi- 
ness school, he wants to join the world 
of accountants. 

Band 10. 11. 12 



EDWARD C. DIAMOND 

Ed is one of our star football players 
and an outstanding school citizen. 
After graduation he would like to go 
into the field of writing. 

Student Council 10; Football 10, 11, 
12; Spring and Winter track 10, 11, 
Captain 12; Lab. Ass't. 11; Honors 
10. 11 




ROBERT L. DI BONA 

Bob enjovs working on YW's after 
school and auto racing . . . plans to 
enter military service after graduation. 





SHIRLEY A. DI BONA 

Right now you can find "Meatball"' 
working at Mister Donut. but after 
graduation look for her behind an 
office machine. Her pet peeves are 
homework and school lunches. 




JOSEPH M. DI FAZIO 

Joe, who likes surfing and pounding 
the drums, enjoys fun parties. His 
future plan is to go into graphic arts. 

Student Gov't. 11, 12: Open House 11, 
12 



DANIEL J. DILLON 

"Pickle" dislikes show-offs and un- 
triendlv girls. His future dream is to 
play baseball for the Cardinals. 

Yarsitv Baseball 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 
10; Key Club 12; Honors 10; Grad. 
Dance Comm. 



HELEN E. DILLON 

You can find Helen swimming or sew- 
ing. After graduation she would like 
to study Spanish and eventually travel 
to Spain. 

F.T.A. 11 





LINDA M. DI LORENZO 

Linda's future plan is to attend Fisher 
Junior College. She dislikes dull people 
and doing homework. Always look 
for Linda behind a sewing machine. 

Dramatic Club 10; Fashion Show 11; 
Pep Club 12: Honors 10 




STEVEN DI MARCO 

"Cricket" enjovs dances and the Red 
Sox. After graduation he plans to en- 
list in the Air Force. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



BARBARA R. DINGW ALL 

Barbie is Treasurer of Rainbow and 
likes boys, long hair, and sports. After 
graduation she wants to attend college 
and become a fashion designer. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; French Club 10; 
Spanish Club 10; Fashion Show 11; 
Arsenic and Old Lace Scenery Comm.: 
Honors 10 




YALERIE J. DIONNE 

Yal wants to attend Mansfield Beauty 
Academy and become a hairdresser 
. . . loves lobster and summertime but 
hates getting up in the morning. 





JUDITH A. DOBLE 

Judy hates washing and ironing her 
gvmsuit. but enjovs dancing, all sports, 
and the beach. She plans to attend the 
American Academy of Dramatic Arts. 

H. R. Rep. 10; Riding Club 10; Drama 
Club 12, Pres. 10; Mrs. McThmg: 
One Act Play 10. 11; Fashion Show 10. 
11; Talent Show 11; Student Council 
11. 12; Pep Club 11: Cafe. Monitor 
11, 12; Brigadoon: Cheerleader 12; 
Sr. Class Treas.: Honors 10. 11 




NANCY T. DODGE 

Musically inclined, Nancy enjoys the 
Jefferson Airplane and playing her 
guitar. She plans to enter a conserva- 
tory of music. 

Folk Assembly 10 



TIM B. DOHERTY 

Tim, who enjoys skindiving and gym- 
nastics, plans to go into the field of 
oceanography . . . likes short, long- 
haired girls. 

Monitor 10; J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; Jr. 
Usher; Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Sr. 
Prom Gomm. 




STEPHEN A. D'OLIMPIO 

Steve, who dislikes prejudiced people, 
plans to join the Navy and travel . . . 
likes fast cars. 

Student Gov't.; Sr. Nom. Gomm.; Cap 
and Gown Gomm. 





LINDA M. DONADIO 

Linda likes football, dating, and espe- 
cially dancing, which is what her future 
plans are based on. She will one day 
become a dancing teacher. 




CLAIRE F. DONAHOE 

Claire is Vice-President of her C.Y.O. 
and enjoys a good game of tennis. 
She plans to enter college after gradua- 
tion. People who ask too many ques- 
tions annoy her. 

Dramatic Club 10; Lab Ass't 10; 
Campus 11, Girls Sports Ed. 12;F.T.A. 
11, Sec't. 12; Jr. Usherette; Theater 
Arts 1 1 



JOSEPH E. DONNELLY 

Joe is an active member of his C.Y.O. 
who likes steak, swimming, and hock- 
ey. After four years in the Navy, he 
plans to go into carpentry. 

Open House 10, 11; Outdoor Club 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Honors 10, 11 




JOAN E. DONOHUE 

Joanie is Secretary of her C.Y.O. and 
enjoys football, basketball, and skat- 
ing. After attending college to become 
a language interpreter, she hopes to 
do some traveling. 

French Club 11; Theater Arts 11; Li- 
brary Ass't. 11; Reflector Adv. Staff 
11; Debate Club 11; Pep Club 11; 
Reflector H. R. Rep. 12; Honors 10, 
11 





FRANCIS X. DONOVAN 

"'Hoss", who dislikes onions and gab- 
by girls, plans to go to college and 
eventually become a civil engineer. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 
11; Band 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11, 
V. Pres. 12 




JOHN F. DONOVAN 

John likes swimming, driving, and 
just having fun. After graduation he 
plans to go on to become an architec- 
tural designer. 

Pep Club 12 



LINDA A. DONWAY 

Linda plays the drums in an all girls 
group and is a member of C.Y.O. 
She dislikes parents who listen to 
phone conversations . . . Linda plans 
to attend college after graduation. 

Spanish Club 10; F.H.A. 11, Treas. 
12; Band 10, 11, 12; Jr. Party Comm. 




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LEON J. DOUCETTE 

Lee loves the Cape, Chinese food and 
enjovs fishing. He can be found work- 
ing at Loud's Hardware. He hopes 
for a career in public health. 



life 




PAUL DOUGLAS 

Happy-go-lucky Paul dislikes people 
who take life too seriously. He likes 
playing hockey and attending dances 
at the Surf . . . uncertain about his 
future. 

Hockey 10 




STEPHEN F. DOUGLAS 

Extremely interested in politics, Steve 
will one day become a fine lawyer. He 
is also an excellent basketball plaver 
. . . dislikes people who are apathetic 
towards current events. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11; 
Pres. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Political 
Science Club 12; Weightlifting 11 



NANCY DOWDS 

Now working at Filene's, Nancy loves 
to play pool. After graduation she 
plans to attend V. Mass. and major 
in retailing. 

Ski Club 11,12; Fashion Show 10,11, 
12 




MARTIN E. DOWNEY 

Marty spends much of his time work- 
ing on cars and racing at New Eng- 
land Dragway. He hopes to further 
his education in printing or advertis- 
ing . . . likes everyone and everything. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





THOMAS DOWNEY 

Tom plans to attend college and major 
in math and chemistry. Very athletic, 
he is interested in all sports. 

Chem. Lab. Ass't. 11, 12 




PAULC. DOWNS 

After graduation "Punkin" plans to 
enlist in the Army. He enjoys minia- 
ture golf, swimming, snow skiing, cars, 
and watching the races at Norwood 
Arena. 

Cafeteria dutv 11; Honors 10 



EDMOND J. DOYLE, JR. 

Sports, boating, and just fun in general 
appeal to Eddie. To be a design archi- 
tect is in his future . . . dislikes having 
to show his bus ticket. 

Intramurals 10; Band 10, 11, 12; 
Key Club 12 




MARY C. DOYLE 

Cindy, who enjoys mountain climbing, 
music, and art, is a member of 
N.Y.C.A. She plans to attend a busi- 
ness school after graduation. 

Band 10; Campus 10, 11, 12; Orches- 
tra 11; Conservation Club 12 





NANCY L. DUDLEY 

Boys with brown eyes and Mustangs 
interest Nancy . . . also enjoys water 
skiing. After graduation she plans to 
become a secretary. 

Fashion Show 10; Talent Show 10; 
Johnson's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 
60, 80. 100 



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[AMES V. DUFFY 

Jim enjoys playing C.Y.O. hockey and 
baseball. He plans to attend college 
and join N.R.O.T.C. after graduation. 



PATRICIA A. DUFFY 

An active member of her C.Y.O., Pat 
also belongs to the Legion of Mary 
and- the Horizon Club. She spends 
much of her spare time working at the 
Sacred Heart Rectory . . . enjoys cook- 
ing and reading. After attending col- 
lege she plans to become a teacher. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12;J.M.S.V.C. 
11, Chairman of Hospital Comm. 12: 
Spanish Club 12; Honors 10 




ANNE E. DUGAS 

Swimming, skating, and horseback 
riding are a few of Anne's outside 
interests . . . also enjoys cooking and 
reading. She plans to attend college, 
and later become a dental assistant. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Riding Club 10 





FLORENCE L DUGAS 

Ho enjoys square dancing, drawing, 
and solving difficult problems. She 
hopes someday to become a secretary. 




JAN E. DUPRAS 

Jan's pretty smile and vivacious per- 
sonality will someday help her to be- 
come an excellent nurse. She enjoys 
dancing and bowling. 



MARY L IHTSON 

Mary Lou spends much of her spare 
time working as a salesgirl in a shoe 
store when not practicing with the drum 
corps. She enjoys sewing and friendly 
people. After traveling, she hopes to 
become a secretary. 

Driver's Ed. Sec't. 12 




JAMES F. DWYER 

After graduation, "Sim" plans to at- 
tend college. He likes hunting, fishing, 
and flying . . . enjoys building model 
cars and playing the guitar. 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Chorus 11, 12 





MARGARET M. DWYER 

An active member of C.Y.O., Margs 
also enjoys dancing, bowling, and 
collecting old coins. After graduation 
she plans to work in an office or go 
on to hairdressing school. 




PATRICIA A. DYER 

Pat's outside interests include horse- 
back riding, bowling, cooking, and 
dancing . . . dislikes loud and con- 
ceited boys. After graduation, she plans 
to become an I.B.M. operator. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 10, 1 1; F.B.L.A. 12 



WILLIAM E. DYMENT 

William is known as "'Kinks" for his 
curly hair. His most enjoyable pastime 
is watching girls in mini-skirts. 

Honors 10 




SANDRA A. DZENGELEWSKI 

Bowling, dancing, swimming, and 
reading are Sandy's interests. She likes 
convertibles, Italian foods, and well- 
dressed boys . . . her dislikes are 
homework and conceited people. A 
member of the C.Y.O., she hopes to 
become an airline stewardess. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, Pres. 
12; Campus Sec't.; High Honors 10, 
11; H.R. Treas. 12; Shorthand Cert. 
60, 80, 100 





WILLIAM X. EARLE 

An avid participant in C.Y.O., Billy 
enjoys football, hockey, and baseball. 
He would like to continue his educa- 
tion at college and lead a happy life. 
He dislikes gloomy kids, but likes 
anyone who is happy and friendly. 

Pep Club Pres. 12 




WILLIAMJ. EBERT 

A demolition derbv driver at Norwood 
Arena, Bill's life is fast and hard . . . 
loves taking care of his horses. He 
hopes to be married after graduation. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Office Duty 
11 



DONALD E. ELDRIDGE 

Dons outside interests include horse- 
back riding, baseball, and cars. He 
will go on to be a fine draftsman. 

Open House 11 




KATHLEEN H. ELLIOTT 

Kathy plans to be a secretary to the 
near future. Her favorite pastime is 
sewing and she enjovs dancing at the 
Surf. 



F.B.L.A. 
Sec't. 



11, Sec't. 12; Mr. Daly's 





RICHARD B. EMANUEL 

Rich is interested in photography and 
carpentry. He also enjoys sports and 
plans to go to college to study elec- 
tronics. 

Ski Club 12 




DIANA D. ENGLAND 

Dede's many hobbies include sewing, 
cooking and singing. She is a member 
of her church Youth Group and works 
at Jordan Marsh. Her future holds 
travel, marriage, and working as a 
computer programmer. 

Glee Club 11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11 



SHERYL M. ERNST 

A skiing, tobogganing and badmitton 
enthusiast, Sheryl dislikes people say- 
ing "oh yeah." She hopes to attend 
data processing school after gradua- 
tion. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Honors 10 




RICHARD F. ESTANO 

A future sheet metal worker, Ricky- 
works in a shop outside of school. He 
likes football and cars, especially '57 
Chevys. 

Football 10; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Cap 
and Gown Comm.; Honors 10, 11 





STORM E. EVANS 

Betsy hopes to become a writer of 
fiction and perhaps illustrate her own 
books. She enjoys horseback riding 
and tennis, but dislikes people who 
treat animals cruellv. 

Librarv Staff 10, 11. 12; Riding Club 
10; Chorus 10. 11; Glee Club 11. 12; 
Reflector Art Staff 11, 12; Exchange 
Concert 11; Brigadooii; Folk Song 
Societv 12 



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LINDA S. FA BY AN 

A future legal secretary, Linda now 
w orks as a secretary. She enjoys paint- 
ing, sewing, swimming, summer, and 
meeting people. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Reflector Rep. 12; High 
Honors 10, 11 



THOMAS S. FA I ELLA 

Tom would like to go to college and 
study psychology. An active member 
of C.Y.O., he spends his spare time 
reading, writing, and playing in a 
rock and roll band. 

Pep Club 12; Campus 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 




RICHARD D. FARRAR 

Rick, uncertain as to whether he will 
enter the Service or go on to college 
. . . enjoys weight lifting and C.Y.O. 
He can be found working at Mam- 
moth Mart. 

Intramurals 10; Spanish Club 10; Pep 
Club 12; Grad. Dance Comm. 





LAWRENCE F. FAVA, JR. 

"Meat" wants to further his education 
in electronics engineering. Active in 
C.Y.O., he is also an Eagle Scout . . . 
enjoys swimming and baseball. 

Gvmnastics 10, 11, 12; High Honors 
10, 11 




MARY I.. FAY 

A future government worker. Lee's out- 
side interests range from music to ski- 
ing, tennis, and sailing. She dislikes 
people who stand in the corridors talk- 
ing and walking slowly. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; 
Tennis Team 10, 11, 12; Theater Arts 
11, 12; Ski Club 12; Folk Song So- 
ciety 12; Arsenic and Old I&ce; Powder 
Puff Game; High Honors 10; Honors 
11 



JOHN A. FAYAD 

John hopes to someday study ortho- 
dontics or electronic engineering. He 
works part-time at Zayre's and likes 
people with a good sense of humor. 

Lab. Ass't. 12; Honors 10, 11 




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PAULA M. FEEHAN 

Paula hopes to go to I.B.M. school 
after graduation. She now works part- 
time at Jordan Marsh and someday 
would like to work in their office . . . 
enjoys sewing and collecting stamps. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 12; Office Worker 
12 





JUDITH A. FERNALD 

College looms in the future for Judy. 
She enjoys skiing, ice skating, and 
working with people . . . dislikes straw- 
berry ice cream, the cold, and moody 
people. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12 




ALFRED J. FERRISI 

Al would like to attend Northeastern 
or Bentley College and become an 
accountant. He is presently employed 
as a stockbov at Mammoth Mart. 



PATRICIA E. FERULLO 

Pat plans to go to business school or 
become a secretary. She likes boys 
with long hair, horseback riding, and 
bowling. 

F.B.L.A. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 




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ROSE M. FERULLO 

Raaz would someday like to be an 
I.B.M. operator. Her pet peeves are 
bucket seats and boys who don't ar- 
rive on time for dates. 





LINDA A. FIJOL 

Lin would like to attend Mansfield 
Beauty Academy and become a hair- 
stylist or an airline stewardess. She 
enjoys bowling, fast vettes, and gui- 
tar . . . dislikes homework. 




KATHLEEN' V. FINCH 

Kath plans to become a hairdresser 
and get married after graduation. She 
dislikes staying in and doing home- 
work; prefers to bowl or dance. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Pep Club 11 



BRENDA L. FISKE 

After college Brenda would like to 
teach elementary school. In her spare 
time she enjoys Rainbow, Horizon 
Club, and her church basketball team. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; H.R. Rep. 10; Glee 
Club 11; Chorus 12; Pep Club 12 




PHILIP A. FISTORI III 

After graduation Phil plans to attend 
an eastern college. He spends his time 
participating in C.Y.O., basketball and 
golfing. He works part-time installing 
heating systems. 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 





BRIAN P. FITZPATRICK 

Fitz may one dav enter the field of 
computing. He is interested in all sports, 
especially football, basketball, and 
baseball . . . also enjoys dancing and 
coin collecting. 

Weightlifting 10, 11, 12; Football 11, 
Manager 12 




PETER W. FLEMING 

After graduation Pete would like to 
enter the scientific field. He is interested 
in C.Y.O. and all sports . . . his hob- 
bies include archery and hunting. 

Outdoor Club 12 



RUTH A. FOGG 

Ruth plans to enter the teaching pro- 
fession or do social work after she 
graduates. She finds time for sewing 
and Rainbow as well as working part- 
time at Gem. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; Fashion 
Show 10; Spanish Club 10; F.T.A. 11, 
12; Pep Club 11; Band 10, 11, 12; 
Orchestra 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 




DORIS M. FOISY 

After graduation Dodie plans to attend 
college. A salesgirl at Sears and a 
member of the C.Y.O., she enjoys all 
sports and playing the guitar . . . likes 
people with a good sense of humor, 
also Camaros, traveling, and dating. 

Campus 12; Spanish Club 12; F.T.A. 
12; Powder Puff Football 





JILLT. FORDE 

"'Squeak's" pet peeve seems to beget- 
ting up in the morning. She enjoys 
painting, sewing, and sports car rallies, 
and hopes to attend a business school 
after graduation. 

Monitor 10; Spanish Club 10: Sr. 
Prom Comm. 



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DONNA L. FOSTER 

After graduation Donna would like to 
become a secretary. She likes Hippies, 
dancing, surfing, and water skiing. 



LINDA D. FOSTER 

To attend college and travel are in 
Linda's future plans. She likes Chinese 
food, dancing, and parties . . . dis- 
likes boys with white socks and wide 
whale cordurov pants. 




LINDA J. FRYER 

To teach first grade is in her future 
plans. An active member of Rainbow, 
Linda enjoys sewing and reading in 
her spare time . . . her pet peeve is 
inconsiderate people. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; F.H.A. 12; Pep Club 11, 
12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Spanish Club 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 





DAVID F. GALIANO 

"Gully" likes all sports and automo- 
biles. He is a member of the Stop and 
Shop Softball league and works part- 
time. He enjoys fixing cars . . . dis- 
likes girls with too much eye make-up. 
He plans to attend college. 

Intramurals 10; J. V. Football 10 



PHYLLIS M. GALLANT 

Phyll, a salesgirl at Jordan Marsh, 
enjoys art work and sewing . . . likes 
friendly people and traveling . . . dis- 
likes people who nag. She hopes to 
become a bookkeeper or Certified Pub- 
lic Accountant. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Campus Sec't 12; 
Mr. Chop's Sec't 12; Library Sec't. 
10; Bookkeeping Tutor 12 



DIANE P. GARDNER 

A countergirl at Pilgrim Luncheonette, 
DJ enjoys swimming and bowling. She 
likes taking long walks at night . . . 
her pet peeve is conceited people. She 
hopes to go into office work. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Campus 11, 12; Mr. 
Lofgren's Sec't 12 




PAUL C.GARDNER 

Photography, astronomv, electronics, 
camping, and playing the guitar are 
some of Paul's interests . . . likes good 
natured people . . . dislikes snobs and 
cats. He plans to attend college and 
go on to graduate school. 

Lab. Ass't. Club 12; Honors 11 





WANDA L. GATCHELL 

Wanda loves pizza and people . . . 
enjoys dancing and skating. She plans 
a career in the Navy . . . her pet peeve 
is conceited people. 




MARIAN E. GELINAS 

In her spare time Meg works as a 
dietary aid at the South Shore Hospital 
. . . sewing and cooking are her in- 
terests . . . her only pet peeve is phonies. 
She plans to become a medical secre- 
tary. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Fashion Show 10, 
11; Powder Puff Football 



CARLA L. GENOVESI 

Playing tennis, reading, and oil paint- 
ing are Carla's interests . . . she likes 
the mod generation and winter sports. 
Carla plans to go to Aquinas Junior 
College and take the executive secre- 
tarial course ... is active in Camp 
Fire Girls and Horizon Club. 

Re/lector 10; Campus 12; Library Ass't. 
12; Lang. Lab. Aide 12; Spanish Club 
12; Honors 10 




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DAXIEL GENTILE 

An active member of C.Y.O., Dan 
likes all sports and playing the drums. 
People who are honest and sincere and 
those with a good sense of humor 
appeal to him ... he plans to attend 
college. 

A.Y. Club 10; Campus 10; Wrestling 
10, 11; Weightlifting 10; Eootball 11, 
12; Key Club; Cap and Gown Comm. 





KEVIN J. GERAGHTY 

Kev plans to attend college and major 
in math and business. In his spare 
time he works at the Carney Hospital 
and enjoys all sports and music. He 
likes people with a sense of humor 
and is annoyed by dumb questions 
and T.V. commercials. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Football 10, 11; 
Weightlifting 10, 11 




NANCY M. GIFFORD 

A part-time worker at Liggetts Phar- 
macy. Nancy plans to further her edu- 
cation. 

Office Worker 10; Pep Club 12; 
Campus 12 



BRUCE G. GILBERT 

Stock car racing and football are his 
interests. Bruce plans to attend Mari- 
time Academy ... he dislikes people 
with no school spirit. 

Football 10; Football Mangr. 12; A.V. 
10 




FRANCIS J. GILLIGAN 

Gilly, who plans his future as a sales 
manager, is interested in bowling, fish- 
ing, and sports. A member ofC.Y.O., 
Recreation Committee and bowling 
league, he likes girls and holidays 
. . . dislikes homework. 

Grad. Dance Comm.; Office Duty 11, 
12 





JEFFREY R. GILLIS 

Cars and girls are his hobbies . . . 
Jeff is active in C.Y.O. and dislikes 
slow walkers in the corridors. He plans 
to go on to college after graduation. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 11, 12; 
Student Council 10; Weightlifting 10, 
11 




MARK W. GILMAN 

Gil's training in auto repair should 
be put to good use in his future. 



KAREN A. GNONG 

Karen, who enjoys collecting records 
in her spare time, likes dancing, surf- 
ing, and car races . . . plans to be a 
secretary or a model . . . her only pet 
peeve is people who are never on time. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Reflector H.R. Rep. 1 1; Shorthand Cert. 
60, 80; Honors 11 




ROBERT D. GOHL 

Bob hopes to attend Emerson College 
and major in broadcasting . . . enjoys 
writing and directing his own movies 
. . . likes the Beatles, Bob Dylan, and 
the Byrds, but dislikes conceited girls. 

A.V. 10, 12; Arsenic and Old Lace, 
W.H.S. T.V. 11, 12; Camera Club 12; 
Brigadoon; Regional Drama Festival 
11, 12; Campus photo ed. 12; Lang. 
Lab. Aid 11 





BONNIE L. GOKEY 

To be an X-ray technician is in Bon- 
nie's future plans . . . she is active in 
Rainbow and likes horseback riding. 
Her pet peeves are conceited people 
and gym on Monday mornings. 

Campus 10; Fashion Show 10; Short- 
hand Cert. 60. 80 



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GAIL M. GOMEB 

Gail wants to work in the business 
world after graduation. Her main 
interests are dancing and all sports 
. . . she loves anything exciting and 
daring and likes people with a warm, 
friendly smile. 

Campus 10; Gymnastics 10; Riding 
Club 11, Treas. 10 



ROBERT J. GOMES 

Fishing and sports are Bob's interests 
... he plans to attend college and 
major in electronics. 



KATHLEEN A. GOOGH 

An active member in G.Y.O., Kathie 
hopes to attend college and become 
a teacher . . . she enjoys driving and 
likes submarine sandwiches and going 
to Chinese restaurants. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Science Club 11; 
Librarian 12; Campus 12 





RICHARD I. GOUGH, JR. 

Playing the guitar, watching T.V., and 
playing pool are Dick's hobbies. Ac- 
tive in DeMolay, he enjoys all sports 
and likes everybody ... he plans to 
attend college and major in engineer- 
ing. 

Ski Club 12; Outdoor Club 12; Honors 
10, 11 




MARY E. GOULD 

Active in C.Y.O., Mary Ellen enjoys 
all sports, swimming, skating, and 
dancing . . . she hopes to become an 
elementary school teacher after college. 
Her only pet peeve is snobs . . . she 
likes clothes, people and Chinese food. 

F. H. A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Campus 11, 12; F. T. A. 12 



DONALD R. GRANT 

Donald enjoys slot car racing and 
playing pool. He hopes to go on to 
college. 

Chem. Lab. Ass't. 11; Ski Club 12; 
Outdoor Club 12 





FREDERICK F. GRAY, JR. 

Teddy enjoys bowling, good food, and 
music. He is active in a bowling league 
and much of his time is spent collecting 
records. His one great dislike is sloppy 
girls. 




FRANCIS L. GREELEY 

Always there with a new joke, Fran is 
an avid surfer who likes to dance. He 
enjoys good food, but dislikes grubby 
people . . . hopes to go on to business 
school or enter the Service. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Gymnastics 11, 12 




SHELAGH L. GRAY 

Shelagh, always full of fun, dislikes 
getting up in the morning. She enjoys 
cooking, sewing, and horseback riding 
. . . plans to enter college and become 
a teacher. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, V. Pres. 
12; Campus 11, 12 



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LYNNE GREENE 



Quiet Lynne likes the Red Sox and 
hopes to become a home economist. 
She enjoys horseback riding and watch- 
ing television. 



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DUNNE M. GRIFFIN 

A member of C.Y.O., Dianne likes 
lemons and friendly people . . . dis- 
likes people who block hallways. She 
hopes to attend Framingham State. 

Pep Club 11. 12; F.H.A. 11, 12;F.T.A. 
11, 12 





ROY E. GRIGGS 

Roy, who is active in DeMolay, dis- 
likes people who dominate others. He 
hopes to go on to college and study 
science. 

Monitor 10; Arsenic and Old Uice; 
Theater Arts 12 




CHRISTINE GROGAN 

Chris's work at Lamb Agency is a 
pure start for her goal to become a 
clerk typist . . . may go on to I.B..M. 
school later. She dislikes people who 
are late. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Short- 
hand Cert. 60, 80; Mrs. Kalaijian's 
Sec't. 



KAREN M. HAAPOAJA 

Easy-going Karen gets along with 
everyone. Her future plans include 
Bridgewater State where she will major 
in elementary education. Being vice 
president of her church youth group 
and working at the South Shore Hospi- 
tal keep Karen working hard. 

Campus Sales Staff 10, 12; F.T.A. 12 
Sr. Prom Comm. 




LINDA R. HADDAD 

Lin hopes to become either an airline 
stewardess or a teacher. She dislikes 
conceited people . . . active in C.Y.O. 

F.T.A. 12 





MARK C. HAGAX 

Like most boys, Mark takes an avid 
interest in girls and cars. Wishes to 
become a body man . . . objects to 
loud mouths. 

Nom. Comm. 11; Merit Award; Office 
Duty 11, 12; Open House 11 




THOMAS P. HAJJAR 

Tom can often be found working on 
cars. He enjoys baseball and basket- 
ball . . . hopes to take up business 
management in college. 



FRANCIS \Y. HALEY 

Bill plans to enter the Marine Corps 
or a junior college. He enjoys bowling, 
baseball, also lively girls. A sure suc- 
cess in any field. 




ROBERT E. HALEY 

Bob hopes to enter the field of mathe- 
matics. In his spare time he enjoys 
surfing, and hockey. 

Yarsity Hockey 10, 11, 12; Lab. Ass't. 
12; Honors 10 





BONNIE L. HALSTEAD 

Bonnie, with her out-going, lively per- 
sonality will go far in this world. Bon- 
nie's hopes are to become an executive 
secretary and to settle down with a 
special boy. 

Campus 11, 12; F.B.LA. 11; H.R. 
Treas.; Grad. Dance Comm.; Honors 



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LORRAINE A. HANRAHAN 



SUSAN HANIAN 

Always smiling, Sue enjoys sewing and 
bowling . . . would like to become a 
first grade teacher. She dislikes home- 
work, especially on weekends. 

Open House 10; F.T.A. 11, 12; Sr. 
Norn. Comm.; Campus 12; High 
Honors 11 



Ranie and her bubbly personality keep 
her work at Jordan Marsh exciting. 
She enjoys water skiing and driving 
. . . would like to become a primary 
school teacher after attending Bridge- 
water. 

Campus 12; F.T.A. 12; Library Ass't. 
12; Lang. Lab. Ass't. 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm.; Pep Club 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



DONALD A. HANSEN 

Donald likes boating and working on 
cars . . . would like to become a sheet 
metal worker. 





JANICE E. HANSON 

Janice never has a dull moment with 
her work in her church fellowship. She 
would like to major in speech and 
drama at American University. 

Mrs. McThing; Arsenic and Old Lace; 
Brigadoon; Debate Club 12; Library 
Ass't. 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 




ROBERT HANSSEN 

Bob plans to enter the Air Force or 
attend college. He enjoys cars, drag 
racing, and electronics. 

Open House 10; Campus 11 



THOMAS L. HARDING, JR. 

Tom plans to become an electronics 
technician after attending college. He 
enjoys baseball, football, boating, and 
rocket demonstrations . . . also inter- 
ested in radio communications and 
working with electronic components 
and equipment. 

A.V. 10; Gymnastics 10; Cross Coun- 
try 10 




WILLIAM C. HARDING 

A camera bug, Bill, like all average 
boys, also likes girls and sports. After 
graduation he plans to enter the Ma- 
rine Corps. 

Key Club 11, 12; Football 10, 11 
Cross Country 10; Gymnastics 10 
Re/lector 10; Campus 11; A.V. 10 
Wrestling 11; Weight Lifting 10, 11, 
12 





STODDARD H. HARDWICK 

Stod hopes to enter a junior college 
after graduation. He collects coins and 
enjoys reading . . . also is an expert 
marksman. 

Band 10, 11 




JUDITH A. HARDY 

A quiet and considerate girl, Judy 
plans marriage in her future. Her spare 
time is occupied by Bible Club, Youth 
Time Chorus, Youth Group, and read- 
ing. 



HELEN E. HARRINGTON 

In the future Helen hopes to attend 
college and major in education. In her 
spare time she works at Tufts Library 
and participates in C.Y.O. activities 
. . . Monday mornings annoy her. 

Campus 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; Arsenic 
and Old Lace Publicity Comm. 




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ELIZABETH G. HART 

Liz's future plans are undecided as yet. 
She enjovs ice skating, softball, and 
eating cheeseburgers and roast beef 
subs . . . dislikes people who are late. 





RICHARD G. HASSAN 

Athletic Rick disapproves of insincere 
people. His plan for the future is to 
attend college . . . great fan of the 
"Young Rascals". 

J.V. Basketball 10; Varsity Basketball 
11, 12; Key Club 12; Weightlifting 11; 
Intramurals 10; Caf. Monitor 10; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 




DANIEL A. HAVEY 

W hen Dan's not swimming or water- 
skiing, he enjoys working on cars. 
Dislikes homework and school lunches 
. . . aspires to work for the Telephone 
Co. 



PATRICIA A. HAWES 

Outside of working at Curtis Farms 
and joining in Rainbow activities, 
Tish enjoys watching sports. To 
attend Bridgewater and later teach the 
elementary grades is her goal . . . dis- 
favors grouchy people. 

Honors 10: Reflector 10, 11, 12J.M.S. 
V.C. 10, 11; Soph. Play; F.T.A. 12 




JOSEPH A. HAYWARD 

Joe enjoys fixing things around the 
house, and also the peacefulness of 
nature. When not playing the drums, 
he is active in C.Y.O. and is a member 
of the Y.M.C.A. . . . mechanical engi- 
neering lies in his future. 

Honors 10; Band 10, 11; Tennis 10 
Key Club 11, 12; Reflector Rep. 11 
Wrestling 11, 12; Prop. Comm. 12: 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Plav Ticket Rep. 
12 





FRANCES M. HEALEY 

With an exciting future in international 
relations. Franni hopes to major in 
languages. She spends her spare time 
horseback riding, bowling or listening 
to folk music . . . admires individuali- 
ty and is annoyed by hypocrites. 

Honors 10, 11; Riding Club 10, 11, 
12; Dramatic Club 10; Mrs. McThing; 
Theatre Arts 11, 12; One Act Play 11; 
One Act Play Festival 11; Arsenic and 
Old Lace Ass't. Director 




LINDA A. HEALY 

With bowling, swimming, golfing, and 
tennis, Lyn still finds time to work at 
Sears. Keeping an eye on good busi- 
ness schools, she desires to become a 
private secretary . . . likes people with 
lively personalities. 

F. B. L. A. 11, Treas. 12; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; Mr. Rudolph's Sec't. 12 



CHERYL A. HEBERT 

Cheri, desiring to become a model, 
creates costumes and writes plays . . . 
enjoys square dancing, horseback rid- 
ing, and driving . . . detests whipped 
cream. 

Riding Club 11; H.R. Reflector Rep. 
12; Fashion Show 1 1 




ROBERT J. HEARN 

Robert, a definite Republican, hopes 
to major in political science while at 
college. Besides being a C.Y.O. officer, 
he also participates in all sports . . . 
people who don't live up to their word 
bother him. 

Key Club 12, Grad. Dance Comm. 




MILTON G. HEDIN 

"Bud", spending a lot ot time at the 
circular track in Norwood, also enjoys 
driving his 57 Chevy . . . hopes to 
work in a mill or drive a stock car. 
Dislikes study periods. 



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JAMES P. HEFFERNAN 

Business college is in Jim's future. Out- 
side of school, he enjoys swimming and 
C.Y.O. activities. 

Hockev 10, 11, 12 



FREDERIK HEMINGWAY 

With a special interest in DasebalL 
Fred also enjoys building model cars 
. . . plans to attend college and be- 
come a commercial pilot. 



THOMAS E. HEN EH AN 

With surfing and more surfing. Hen- 
na spends his summer at the beach 
besides working as a carpenter. He 
aspires to be an architectural engineer 
or a draftsman . . . disapproves of 
people who look down on others. 

Honors 10, 11; Wrestling; V. Pres. 
W.Y.T.H.S. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 





DAYID If. HENLEY 

With intentions to travel. Dave also 
hopes to go to college . . . plays ten- 
nis and admires the pro tennis teams. 

Tennis 10. 11. 12; Key Club 11, 12; 
Conservation Club 11, 12; Political 
Affairs Club 12; Intramurals 10 




KATHLEEN L HERLIHY 



Monday mornings 
peeve. Along with 



are Kathy's pet 
her decisions to 
travel and meet people. she also plans 
to major in languages. She is an avid 
sports fan. 

Chorus 10: Spanish Club 10. 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Campus Sales Staff 11; 

J.M.S.Y.C. 12; Arsenic and Old Lace; 
Publicirv Comm. 



CHRISTOPHER P. HIGCINS 

Hig plans to go to college and then 
enter an occupation he can enjoy . . . 
likes rock collecting and bowling. His 
pet peeve is wise juniors. 

Football 10. 11; Wrestling 10. 11 




MARY E. HIGGINS 

By doing volunteer work now. Mary 
hopes to further her career in nursing 
school . . . enjoys sewing . . . favors 
happy people. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; J.M.S. 
Y.C. 10. 11. 12; F.N.A. 11, 12; F.TA. 
11, 12; French Club 10. 11; Spanish 
Club 10. Treas. 12; Pep Club 12; F.H. 
A. 12: Monitor 10; Brigadoon Usher- 
ette Office Worker 10: Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





SUSAN M. HOEY 

If Sue's not bowling or roller skating, 
youll find her listening to her favoriie 
rock and roll groups. Slow people in 
crowded corridors annoy her . . . 
hopes to become a legal secretary. 

Reflector Adv. Staffi F.B.LA.; Pep Club: 
Mr. McCarthy and Mr. Murphy's 
Sec t.: Honors 10, 11 




JOHN G. HOGAN 



GEORGE B. HOAR 

Brian enjoys lyric writing and design- 
ing. Some of his time is spent skiing 
and playing baseball. Likes most types 
of girls . . . would like to attend Went- 
worth or take a post grad course here 
at Weymouth. 

Baseball 12 



"Owl" plans to enter the service after 
graduation. In his spare time he enjoys 
building models, public speaking, and 

an. 

Reflector Art Staff 11.12 



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SHARON' L. HOITT 

In her spare time Sharon enjoys read- 
ing and writing short stories . . . now 
working at Mister Donut, she hopes 
to attend college and become a teacher 
. . . dislikes girls with stringy hair. 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; H.R. Rep. 10; 
Honors 10 





CAROL L. HOLMES 

Carol plans to be a journalist. She is 
an active member of Rainbow and a 
counselor at a summer camp. In her 
spare time, she enjoys playing the 
guitar . . . dislikes people who ask 
ridiculous questions. 

Chorus 10, 12; Glee Club 11; F.T.A. 
12 





MICHELE L. HOLLIS 

Shelly has definite plans to further her 
education after high school. Sewing, 
swimming, skating, and horseback rid- 
ing occupy her spare moments . . . 
bothered by people who ask insignifi- 
cant questions. 

F.B.L.A. 10; Fashion Show 10 



SAMUEL E. HOLMES 

After college Sam hopes to do some 
traveling in Europe. He enjoys all 
sports, especially soccer, and would 
like very much to own a Jaguar. 

Cross Country 11; Winter Track 11, 
12; Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Chess 
Club 12; Campus Sales Rep. 11; In- 
tramural Basketball 10 





WALTER E. HOLMES 

Wally especially likes pizza and fried 
clams. He plans on attending a college 
but is undecided as to which one. His 
interests lie in C.Y.O., soccer, hockey, 
and golf. 

Intramural 10; A.V. Club 10; Reflector 
H.R. Rep. 10, 11; Monitor 10 





ANNE M. HORGAN 

Annie's college career will train her as 
a teacher . . . bowling, tennis, and 
football are among her interests. 

Pep Club 10; Spanish Club 12; F.T.A. 
12 




JUDITH A. HOSMER 

Judy plans to attend L T . Mass. and 
major in elementary education. She 
works at a library and enjoys reading, 
music, and penpals. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Glee Club 11; Folk Music 12; Briga- 
doon 



RUSSELL J. HOTTE 

A future technician in the T.V. Radio 
field, Russ will go to Mass. Radio 
after graduation. He enjoys playing 
rhythm guitar and experimenting with 
things in the electrical field. 




RUTH M. HUHTANEN 

Working as a cashier at Capitol Mar- 
ket is Ruth's main interest. She is an 
active member of Rainbow and in her 
spare time plays the piano and sews. 
In the future she will attend college. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12 





RUSSELL O. HUNTINGTON, JR. 

Russ is a lover of all sports and cars. 
He especially likes friendly teachers. 
As of now, he is undecided as to further 
education. 

Wrestling 10, 11. 12, Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



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JERYL M. HURLEY 

As a teacher of Sunday School, Jeri 
also enjoys working with the retarded. 
She hopes to enter Vista and later 
go on to become a secretary' . . . loves 
weekends. 

Riding Club 10, 11; Campus Sales 
Rep. 11 





SHARON E. HURLEY 

Sharon hopes to enter the field of re- 
tailing after attending a junior college. 
She spends much of her spare time 
working at the A & P, skiing, and 
sewing. 

Fashion Show 11; Brigadoon; Mrs. 
Clayton's Sec't. 12; Talent Show 12 





RICHARD F. HURLEY 

Pizza, roast beef or anything barbequed 
appeals to Dick. In the future he will 
attend U. Mass. or Northeastern and 
major in bio-chemistry or pharmacy. 

Key Club 12 



BARBARA E. HUTCHINSON 

Barb is a great fan of auto racing and 
horseback riding . . . enjoys traveling 
and collecting articles and recipes. 




F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Reflector 11 




BRYAN P. HYLAND 

Bryan's future includes a career in 
business ... he also intends to travel. 





MARGARET M. HYNES 

Peggy enjoys all sports, especially bas- 
ketball, Softball, and horseback riding. 
She hopes to become a hairdresser 
. . . loves Chinese and Italian foods. 



Girls Basketball 10; Softball Team 10; 
Fashion Show 10 



JAMES E. IACOBUCCI 

Yacka hopes to become a constructive 
engineer. His interests lie in carpentry, 
car models and drawing. 

Honors 10, 11 





KEVIN E. HYNES 

College at Northeastern lies ahead for 
Kevin. All sports appeal to him . . . 
hates draft card burners and girls with 
short hair. 

Golf Team 11 



NANCY M. IACOBACCI 

Business college lies ahead for Nance. 
She enjoys bowling and miniature golf. 
People who say "I told you so" annoy 
her. 

Campus Rep. 10; Library Staff 10; 
Shorthand Cert. 80 





NANCY K. ILLINGWORTH 

Nancv plans to enter a college in 
sunny California after graduation. Her 
spare time is spent as a waitress . . . 
also enjoys skiing. 



Ski Club 11; Campus Sales Staff 11 



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HAROLD R. IRISH 

Harry is an avid sports fan and at- 
tends most of Weymouth's games. He 
would like to work for General Motors 
and his hobby of tinkering with cars 
makes him well suited for this job . . . 
dislikes schools of anv kind. 



RICHARD A. JABLONSKI 

Rick, known better as "the Claw", can 
be found either on the football field or 
on the basketball court . . . takes a 
special liking to spirited people. 

Student Council 10. 11. 12; Football 
10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 11. 12; Sr. 
Class Pres.; Jr. Usher 




FRANK A. JACKSON". JR. 

Jack will join the Navy after gradua- 
tion . . . likes aviation and teachers 
with a good sense of humor. Hishobbie 
is building model planes . . . dislikes 
homework. 

Honors 11 





RICHARD JANCATERINO 

After graduation Rich, known as"Best 
Guy", hopes to attend college . . . also 
plans a trip to California. His outside 
interests include swimming and skin- 
diving. He dislikes girls who talk too 
much. 

Chess Club 




DAVID C. JARMAN 

A lover of music, Dave plays the guitar 
and banjo. He enjoys all sports, espe- 
ciallv baseball and football. 



QL'ENTIN JARVIS 

Quent spends much of his spare time 
working at Curtis Farms. He enjovs 
swimming, basketball, hockey, and 
golf . . . also plays the jazz guitar. 
After graduation he hopes to attend 
college. 




ALFRED L. JEAN 

Al would like to enter the airlines as a 
pilot. He enjoys waterskiing and swim- 
ming . . . dislikes people who talk too 
much. 





GAYLE L. JEFFERSON 

Gavle. whose hobbies include acting 
and writing, plans to join the Peace 
Corps. She dislikes two-faced people 
and getting up early. 




DAVID F. JENKINS 

Davidias enjoys sports-fishing. His 
plans include attending a business 
school. 



STEPHEN E. JENNINGS 

Steve, interested in bowling, plans to 
attend college and later become a pro- 
fessional bowler. He likes all sports 
and is a member of his church bas- 
ketball team . . . dislikes overweight 
young people. 

Chorus 10, 11. 12; Spring Track 10, 
11, 12; Brigadoon; Student Activity 10 




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RUTH A. JENSEN 

Ambitious and hard-working, Ruth 
plans a career as a secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Campus 11; Mr. Hard- 
ing's Sec't. 




HENRY J. JERPI 

Active in many school organizations, 
Henry enjoys most sports. College lies 
in his future . . . dislikes going to 
school. 

Intramurals 10; Monitor 10; Key Club 
12; Honors 10 




CHERIE C.JOHNSON 

Cherry, a member of her church bas- 
ketball team and M.Y.F., enjoys bas- 
ketball, swimming, Norwood Arena, 
and lots of fun . . . plans to further 
her education and travel. Dislikes boys 
with long, curly locks. 

F.B.L.A. 11. 12; Library Ass't. 10; 
Gvmnastics 11; Reflector Sales 11; Pep 
Club 11; Campus Sec't. 12; Drivers' 
Ed. Sec't. 11; High Honors 10; Honors 
11; H.R. Mesngr. 10 



RONALD L. JOHNSON 

"Jello" plans to attend Bridgewater 
and pursue a career in teaching. A 
member of his church youth group 
and Master Counselor of DeMolay, 
he enjovs water sports. Likes friendly 
people and U.S. History . . . dislikes 
girls with too much make-up. 

A.V. 10; Spanish Club 10, 12; Campus 
Sales Staff 10; Spring Track 10; F.T.A. 
11; Pep Club 12; F.T.A. Pres. 12; 
Campus 12 




STEPHEN M. JOHNSON 

After graduation Steve plans to attend 
college and then travel ... an active 
member of his C.Y.O. soccer team. 





CHRISTOPHER E. JONES 

Chris plans to enter the Service after 
working at the Quincy shipyard. His 
outside interests include cars, boating, 
swimming, and working for the Stop& 
Shop in Hingham. 




PATRICK J. JOYCE 

To go into the Armed Services and 
eventually into the Merchant Marines 
are in P. J.'s future plans. He enjoys 
coin collecting and likes friendly people. 

Honors 11 



RICHARD C. JUNKINS 

"Papa", who works at Whittington's 
5 & 10, plans to become either a 
biology teacher or a research biologist. 
Likes friendly and talkative people. 
Pet Peeve: insincerity and snobbishness. 

French Club 10; Key Club 12; Pep 
Club 12; Honors 10, 11; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 




PHILIP F. KANE 

Phil enjoys just about even,' outdoor 
sport, and drag racing. His hobbies 
include working on cars and experi- 
menting in chemistry. His plans in- 
clude attending Northeastern and ma- 
joring in chemistry. His pet peeve is 
people who don't know what they're 
talking about. 

Spring Track 10, 12; Winter Track 12; 
Honors 11 





JO ANN H. KEEFE 

Dodv, an active member of C.S.Y.F. 
enjoys car racing, sewing, and snow- 
mobiling. Her plans for next year in- 
clude attending a junior college. 

Pep Club 10 



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THOMAS E. KEEFE 



Tom plans to enlist in the Air Force 
. . . likes cars, hockey, and waterski- 
ing . . . dislikes people who are al- 
ways late. 

Gymnastics 10, 12; A.V. 10: Intra- 
murals 10; Pep Club 12; Reflector 12 



GAIL P. KELLEY 

Attending U. Mass. or Northeastern 
is among Gail's future plans. She can 
be seen at most football and basket- 
ball games . . . likes water skiing, old 
roomy cars, and chocolate almond 
ice cream. Pet peeve-cold cafeterias. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Campus 10, 12; 
Math Club 11; Ski Club 12; F.N.A. 12; 
Sr. Prom Comm. 





WILLIAMS. KELLY 

Hill, lively and friendlv, enjoys all 
sports and is especially interested in 
sky-diving . . . may be seen working 
at Supreme after school . . . especially 
likes girls and mint julips . . . after 
attending Northeastern, he hopes to 
pursue a career as an engineer. 

Student Activity 10; Band 10; Intra- 
murals 10; Math Team 11; Algebra 
Tutor 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Pep Club 
12; Honors 10, 11; Grad. Dance 
Comm. 



ARLENE K. KELLEY 

After graduation Arlene plans to be- 
come a hairdresser. Active in C.Y.O., 
she enjoys sewing and people with a 
good sense of humor . . . dislikes 
snobs and people who repeat them- 
selves. 

F.B.LA. 11, 12; Fashion Show 10, 11; 
Pep Club 10 




TIMOTHY J. KELLY 

Tim, who likes music, plans to become 
a musician . . . enjoys football and 
hockey. His pet peeve is having the 
cafeteria as a homeroom. 



KATHLEEN M. KENNEY 

Kathv plans to become an airline stew- 
ardess. She enjoys parties, dances, and 
Chinese food . . . dislikes Monday 
mornings. 

Majorette 11; Spring Concert and Ex- 
change Concert Usherette 11; F.B.L.A. 
12 




RONALD W. KENNY 

Ronald has not yet determined his 
plans for the future. 





DEBORAH J. KETCHEN 

Debbie, who would like to become a 
physical therapist after graduation, en- 
joys skiing, sailing, and being a mem- 
ber of the swim team at the Y. She 
detests racial discrimination. 

Honors 10, 11; Gymnastics 11, 12; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Cheerleading 11, 12; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 




ROSEMARY KERN 

Rosie plans to become a legal secre- 
tary . . . likes roller skating, football, 
and Italian food. 

French Club 10; Pep Club 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Mahn's and Mr. 
Sanger's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 
80 



ROBERT B. KILLILEA 

Bob would like to enter the Service and 
then attend college to become an audio 
engineer. He likes art, photography, 
and playing the organ in a band . . . 
dislikes phony people. 

Monitor 10; Intramurals 10; Reflector 
Rep. 11 




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WADE H. KILLMAN, JR. 

Wade w ould like to attend college after 
spending time in the Service. An active 
member of the Braintree Warriors 
Drum Corps, he likes long hair on 
girls and friendly people . . . dislikes 
cliques. 

Campus Rep. 11; Spectrum Rep. 10 





GRACE A. KING 

After graduation Gracie would like to 
work as a secretary. She enjoys skiing, 
horseback riding, and ice skating . . . 
dislikes snobs and lazy people. 

Pep Club 12; Ski Club 12; F.H.A. 12 




ELLEN K. KINSMAN 

Ellen who works part-time at the South 
Shore Hospital, would like to become 
a L.P.N. She detests bright, weird de- 
signs. 



WILLIAM P. KOBS 

Bill wants to be a physical education 
teacher. He plays basketball for C. V.( )., 
and also enjoys bowling . . . likes tent 
dresses and drive-ins. 

Spring Track 10, 12; Cross Country 
11; Winter Track 12 




HOWARD R. KRUGER 

Frog would like to continue his educa- 
tion in electronics. He enjoys surfing 
and working with the "'Park Street 
Under" . . . can be seen working at 
MacDonald's. 

Honors 10, 11; Wrestling 10 





DEBORAH E. KUHN 

Debbie hopes to attend a junior college. 
Dislikes phonies and getting up in the 
morning. Likes friendly people with a 
good sense of humor. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Riding Club 10; French 
Club 10 



PEGGY L. KYLLER 

Studious and hardworking, Peggy is 
often found reading a good book. She 
enjoys swimming and dislikes insincere 
people . . . uncertain as to her future 
plans. 

Honors 11; Campus 12; Pep Club 12 



ROBERT J. LA CROIX 

Sportsminded Bob hopes to attend 
Bentley College, and then enter the 
service. He enjoys skiing, swimming, 
and basketball . . . dislikes boring 
teachers. 

Hr. Rep. 10 



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PAUL LA FAVRE 

"Meat", who has no definite plans for 
the future, enjoys all kinds of water 
sports and has participated in gym- 
nastics. 

Gymnastics 10, 1 1 




VIRGINIA M. LAFAYETTE 

Ginny's future plans include nursing. 
She enjoys horseback riding and water 
skiing. Dislikes boys with long hair. 

Riding Club 



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KEVIN LANCASTER 

Kevin, an avid gymnast, hopes to 
attend a college of liberal arts. He 
enjoys all types of water sports. Dis- 
likes crowded corridors, but likes girls 
with long hair. 

Honors 10; Gvmnastics 10, 12 • 



STEPHEN A. LANEAU 

Steve hopes to attend college and take 
up business administration. He enjoys 
all sports, especially baseball and hock- 
ey .. . likes going to football and bas- 
ketball games. 

Intramurals 10; A.V. 10. 11; Pep Club 
12 




PATRICIA M. LANG 

Pat, who likes rhythm and blues music, 
wishes to attend college after gradua- 
tion. Pet peeves are crowded corridors 
and boys with extra long hair. 

Student Activity 10; French Club 10; 
Sen. Nom. Comm.; Pep Club 12 





RODNEY F. LANIEWSKI 

A sports enthusiast, Rod likes swimm- 
ing, basketball, Softball, and playing 
cards. Astronomy and coin-collecting 
take up much of his time. He wants to 
go to college . . . dislikes losing argu- 
ments. 

Wrestling 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 
12; Grad. Dance Comm. 




MARK B. LANNON 

Mark would like to join the Navy and 
later to do sheet metal work for air- 
crafts. Enjoys scuba diving, cars, and 
racing sailboats. 

Track 10; Riding Club 11, 12; Key- 
Club 12 



PETER E. LANNON 

Pete, who likes nice cars and friendly 
people, plans to go to college to be- 
come an architect. Some of his outside 
interests include boating, playing pool, 
and sports. 

Pep Club; Riding Club 




RICHARD H. LARSEN 

Richard, who used to work at the 
Museum of Science in Boston, would 
like to attend the University of Maine 
to study wildlife management. He en- 
joys both kinds of skiing and over- 
night canoe trips. 

Ski Club 





ROBERTA. LASH 

Bob would like to enter the business 
world as a manager. He is presently 
employed at Jordan Marsh. He likes 
mini-skirts, Pontiacs and dances. His 
outdoor life includes boating and swim- 
ming. 

Library Club 10, 11, 12; French Club 
10, 11; Jr. Usher 11; Cap and Gown 
Comm.; Reflector Sales Staff 12; 
Campus Sales Staff 10; Honors 10. 11 




JEANNE T. LA SPADA 

After graduation Jeanne plans to at- 
tend college . . . spends much of her 
time working as a salesgwl at Jordan 
Marsh. She enjoys skiing and sewing 
. . . dislikes inconsiderate people. 

Talent Show 10; Fashion Show; Of- 
fice Worker; Gymnastics; Cap and 
Gown Comm.; F.H.A. 



NORMA I. LATOUR 

Norma, who dislikes conceited people, 
would like to become a secretary or 
attend business college. She works part- 
time after school. 

F.H.A. 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




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ANXMARIE T. LAURENCE 

Anne, who works as a dietary aid at 
South Shore Hospital, would like to 
attend Bridgewater State College to 
become a teacher. She detests people 
who are stubborn but likes oil paint- 
ing and bowling. 

Monitor 10; Spanish Club 10; Pep 
Club 11; H.R. Mesngr. 11; Ski Club 
12 





KEVIN P. LAVIN 

An enthusiastic student, Kevin plans 
to enter the mechanical engineering 
field. Northeastern or M.I.T. will help 
him attain his ambition. He is an 
avid Bruins fan. 

Honors 10, 11 




DIANE M. LAVOIE 

A good student with a bubbly per- 
sonality, Diane plans to attend Stone- 
hill College. She is an active participant 
in C.Y.O. also. 

F.T.A. 11; F.B.L.A. 12 



DIANE M. LAWLESS 

Diane, who is planning a nursing 
career, can be seen now as a cashier 
at Tedeschi's Supermarket. She likes 
driving, football games, and parties 
. . . dislikes hypocrites and Monday 
mornings. 

Campus 12; Pep Club 12; Monitor 10; 
Lab Aid 11; Usherette 10; Honors 10; 
11 




SUSAN LAWTON 

Sue plans a career in art after attend- 
ing college. She enjoys many sports, 
especially swimming, skiing, and sail- 
ing. 

Campus 11, 12; H.R. Messngr. 10; 
Monitor 10 





MARIE E. LEAHY 

A 1965 C.Y.O. bowling champion. 
Marie is very active in her C.Y.O. 
She enjoys most sports and camping 
at the Cape. After furthering her educa- 
tion, she hopes to become a gym 
teacher. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Tennis 10, 11, 12 




DENNIS E. LEARY 

Dennis plans to attend college where 
he will study law. His outside interests 
include girls, bowling, pool, and cars 
. . . likes mini-skirts. 

Student Council 10, 11; Football 10 



SUZANNE M. LE GERE 

Sue hopes to become a nurse . . . her 
main interest is water skiing and she 
likes talkative people. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 11, 12; 
F.N. A. 12; Campus Staff 12; Ski Club 
12; Reflector Rep. 10 




PAUL M. LENIHAN 

Paul plans to enter the Service after 
graduation. He is a member of his 
C.Y.O. and spends much of his spare 
time working at Brady Enterprises. 





RICHARD \Y. LENNON 

Dick, whose main interests are cars 
and girls, dislikes people who have no 
sense of humor. 

Monitor 10. 11. 12 



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SANDRA J. LEONARD 

Sandi's main interest is going to dances 
at the Surf. She dislikes cliques and 
snobby people. 

Honors 10. 11 



LOR R A INK L. LERMOND 

A member of the Town River Yacht 
(Hub, Lorraine is an excellent sailor. 
She dislikes sneaky people and hopes 
to one day become a secretary. 

Spanish Club 10; F.H.A. 11, Sec't. 12; 
I'ep Club 12 




ELIZABETH M. LEWIS 

Betty aspires to be a secretary . . . can 
be found working at the Cemac office 
at the Cem store. Her pet peeve is 
insincere people. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 
80; Mrs. Gray's Sec't. 12; Honors 10, 
11 





LICA S. LIEPKALXS 

Liga plans a career in either political 
science or child psychology. She en- 
joys skiing, tennis, playing the piano, 
and participating in Latvian activities. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Reflector 10, 11, 12; 
Library StafT 11; Campus 10, 11; Jr. 
Party Comm.; Sr. Norn. Comm.; 
Arsenic and Old Imcc, Political Affairs 
Club 12 




STEVEN A. LIQUORI 

Lead guitarist of "Kahuna and the 
Mooners", Steve hopes to become a 
music teacher. Besides basketball and 
football, he likes honest girls with 
blond hair. 

H.R. Rep. 10; Wrestling 10, 11, 12; 
Football 10 



LAURIE A. LITCHFIELD 

Laurie, who has an avid interest in 
ballet and modern jazz dancing, plans 
to work on the state. Her other interests 
include horseback riding and roller 
and ice skating. 

Riding Club 11; Dramatic Club 12 




WILLIAM J. LONGRIDGE III 

Bill enjoys being with good friends 
and having a good time. A member 
of DeMolay and his fellowship group, 
Bill's interests include water sports, 
camping, and weight lifting . . . hopes 
to major in journalism. 

Re/lector Staff 10, 11, 12; Conserva- 
tion Club 11, Co-Chairman 12 





JANET M. LORDEN 

Working, dances, and C.Y.O. keep 
Jan occupied in her spare time. She 
hopes to become an airline stewardess 
. . . likes friendly people, but dislikes 
reckless drivers. 

Ski Club 




KAREN M. LOTHROP 

Karen plans to attend college and 
possibly major in psychology. She en- 
joys swimming and dancing . . . also 
works at Jordan Marsh where she en- 
joys meeting people. 

Honors 10; Ski Club 12; Campus 12 



JOHN C. LOWE 

John, who shows a special interest in 
cars, hopes to become a mechanic 
after graduation. 




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RICHARD E. LUCAS 

Personable Rick will go on to college 
after graduation. 

Gymnastics 11, 12 





LAINE D. LUNDEN 

Lainie explores her interest in nursing 
through work at a rest home. World 
travel will be combined with a nursing 
career in the future. 




MARY K. LURVEY 

As a dental hygenist, Karen will be a 
sure success. She enjoys boating and 
water and snow skiing . . . loves ani- 
mals. 

F.H.A. 12; Pep Club 12 



DONNA M. LYMAN 

Donna can be found working at Etta's 
Custom Draperies . . . hobbies include 
skating, reading, and collecting records 
. . . hopes to be a registered nurse. 

Spanish Club 10; F.N. A. 11, 12; Lang. 
Lab. Asst. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, Honors 
12 




JOHN J. LYNCH, JR. 

John is an active member of C.Y.O. 
as treasurer on the spiritual committee 
... he also plays basketball ... fu- 
ture plans are to attend Wenworth In- 
stitute and become an architect. 

Weightlifting 10; Talent Show 10, 11; 
Chess Club 12 





THOMAS LYNCH 

Tom likes motorcycles, and dislikes 
adults who think they know everything. 




THOMAS A. LYONS III 

Toby can be found working at his 
part-time job with Philbrick Nexus Re- 
search, Inc. . . . loves the Bruins and 
the Red Sox . . . enjoys art. 

Student Council 10, 11, 12; Ski Club 
11, 12; Class Pres. 11; Math Team 12; 
Political Science Club 12 



DENNIS J. MacDONALD 

Motorcycle buff, Mac plans to attend 
college. C.Y.O. basketball and hockey 
take up his spare time. 




JUDYTH A. MacDONALD 

Judy plans to go to nursing school. 
Enjoys good times . . . dislikes so- 
phisticated people. 

Riding Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; 
F.N.A. 12; Pep Club 12; Sr. Prom. 
Comm. 





MARCIA C. MacDONALD 

Marsh hopes to become a registered 
nurse. She enjoys parties, dancing, and 
Chinese food. 



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THOMAS F. MacFAWN 

A member of his church basketball 
team, Tom enjoys all sports . . . girls 
and the study of weather interest him 
. . . would like to study meteorology 
at Lowell Institute. 

Jr. Usher 



JANET A. MacINNIS 

Jan's sweet personality and sincerity 
will be a great asset in becoming a 
dental assistant . . . works part-time 
for a dentist and is an active member 
of C.Y.O. . . . likes people to be them- 
selves. 

Office Worker 10; Gvmnastics; J. M.S. 
V.C. 11; Mr. Ghiorse's Sec 't.; Sr. Norn. 
Comm.; Campus 




PATRICIA MacINTYRE 

Pat, spiritual director of C.Y.O., likes 
sewing, cooking, and bowling. Work- 
ing at the hospital takes up her leisure 
hours . . . loves driving and chocolate 
ice cream ... the study of home eco- 
nomics at Framingham State College 
is next for her. 



Office Worker 10; 
Club 12 



F.H.A. 11, 12; Ski 





JAN E. MacKAY 

Tall and attractive, Jan will attend 
modeling school after graduation . . . 
enjoys bowling, camping, and water- 
skiing . . . dislikes parents who are 
too strict. 




MICHELE F. MacKAY 

Shelley, happy-go-lucky and fun-lov- 
ing, is one of our talented majorettes. 
A member of C.Y.O., she is sure to 
make a successful dental assistant. 

F.N. A. 11; Pep Club 11; Majorette 
11, Co-Head 12 



ANN M. MacKENZIE 

Ann, petite and full of mischief, plans 
to attend nursing school . . . sewing 
takes up much of her spare time . . . 
loves the Cape, but dislikes phoney 
people. 

Pep Club 12; Riding Club 10; Ski 
Club 12; F.N. A. 12 




THERESE MacLEAN 

Tracey, vivacious and talkative, hopes 
to attend college. 





JOANNE F. MacLEOD 

Jo, quiet but friendly, will go on to be- 
come a secretary. Talented with a 
needle and thread . . . outside interests 
include sewing and Rainbow. 

Fashion Show 10; Mr. Fucillo's Sec't.; 
Sr. Play Usherette; Bookkeeping Tutor 
12; High Honors 10, 11; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80 




DONALD MacPHERSON 

Don likes all food except potato salad 
. . . plays the guitar and enjoys foot- 
ball and baseball. A future in cabinet- 
making is in store for him. 

Open House 11 



JOHN K. MADDEN 

John likes all sports, particularly base- 
ball . . . can be found working part 
time at A. & P. . . . after college, he 
hopes for a career with the F.B.I. 

Cafeteria Worker 11; Library Staff 11; 
Intramurals 10 




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DONNA C. MAGNUSSON 

Donna looks forward to a career as a 
teacher after completing college. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Sr. Xora. Comm.; 
Honors 10, 11 





PATRICIA A. MAGUIRE 

Pat will step into the business world as 
a secretary after graduation ... in- 
terests include bowling, swimming, 
skating, and miniature golf . . . col- 
lects stuffed animals. 

Dramatic Club 10; Pep Club 10; Moni- 
tor 11; Honors 10, 11; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80; Mr. Player's Sec't. 12 




CLIFFORD T. MANAUSA 

Cliff is interested in the study of re- 
ligious . . . member of Boston and 
South Shore Youth Forum for Christian 
Scientists . . . enjoys swimming and is 
a member of "Y" . . . after college, he 
will enter the Armed Services. 

Reflector Adv. Staff 12 



DARYLJEAN MANAUSA 

A newcomer to Weymouth, Jean trans- 
ferred from Illinois where she was in 
various activities: swim club, girls' 
league, chorus, and pep club. She likes 
traveling and meeting people . . . after 
college she hopes to become an airline 
stewardess. 




MARILYN J. MANTER 

Marilyn keeps busy modeling, cheer- 
leading, and skiing . . . likes all sports 
and people with lots of school spirit. 
Her fun-loving personality and con- 
sideration for others will insure her 
much happiness in the future. 

Cheerleader 11, 12; Brigadoon; Pow- 
der Puff Game; Ski Club 12; Campus 
12; Gymnastic Team 10, 12; Monitor 
10, 11; Cap and Gown Comm.; Talent 
Show 12; Arsenic and Old Lace Usher- 





EDWARD L. MARGETTS 

Sports-minded Eddie is an avid bow ler. 
After graduation, he aspires to attend 
college and become a teacher. 




PAULA M. MARINO 

Active in C.Y.O., Paula would like to 
attend nursing school. Among her 
many interest are bowling, dancing, 
sewing, and red convertibles. 



Shorthand Cert. 
F.H.A. 11 



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KEVIN M. MARKS 

Suffolk Law School lies ahead forKev, 
who will someday become a fine lawyer 
. . . an avid surfer, he also participates 
in C.Y.O. basketball. 

Basketball 10; Cross Country 11 




LAWRENCE D. MARSHALL 

Larry, who is an active member of his 
church youth group, enjoys camping, 
singing, and all sports. He will attend 
college after graduation. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Debate Team 11, 
12; Arsenic and Old Lace; Ski Club 11, 
12; Brigadoon; Paperback Book Store 





MARK W. MASON 

Wavne's interests include chess and 
coin collecting. He would like to attend 
business college. 

Chess Club; F.B.LA. 



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Fun-loving and active, "Mustang Sal- 
ly" enjoys sailing, tennis and skiing 
. . . works at Jordan Marsh and at- 
tends art classes on Saturdays. Sue's 
outgoing personality will surely bring 
her success in the field ol teaching. 

Girls' Tennis Team 10, 11; Pep Club 
11; Ski Club 11, 12; Lang. Lab. Ass't. 
12: Folk Song Society 12: Rejhttoi 
Adv. Staff 12; Campus 12; Sr. Prom, 
Comm. 



LINDA M. MATSON 

Always smiling and friendly, Linda 
hopes to attend Burdett and become 
an accountant. In her spare time she 
enjoys horseback riding and works 
at the Bargain Center. Her pet peeve 
is too many people at the mirror in 
the morning. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



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JOAN K. MATTHEWS 

Jo enjoys horseback riding and water- 
skiing . . . works at Shea Cleaners. 
She will attend Chandler in the fall 
and hopes someday to go to Hawaii 
. . . her bright smile and friendly per- 
sonality insure her success. 





KAREN M. MATTSON 

Karen, who now works at the Bargain 
Center, enjoys figure skating and col- 
lecting glass animals. She also likes 
red-headed boys . . . hopes one day 
to become a secretary. 

Chorus 10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm.; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 




RICHARD S. MAVILIA 

Bo works part-time for the A &P stores 
and likes boating and all water sports 
. . . interested in the mini-skirt move- 
ment, his pet peeve is Volkswagons 
. . . heading for the service or trailor 
training school, his good-natured per- 
sonality will take him a long way. 



DIANE L MAY NARD 

Studious and hard working, Diane 
will surely be successful in college life 
. . . active in her church youth group, 
music is one of her varied interests. 

Re/lector 10, 11; Ass't. Ed. 12; J. M.S. 
V.C. 11, 12; Conservation Club 11, 
Co-Chairman 12; Folk Song Society; 
/ingadoon; Chorus 12; Theater Arts 
11; French Club 11; High Honors 10, 
11 




KAREN L. MAYNARD 

Karen spent the summer in Chile as a 
member of the American Youth Ex- 
change Institute . . . she enjoys horse- 
back riding and reading . . . hopes for 
a prosperous and happy future as a 
high school teacher or college professor 
of mathematics. 

Campus Sales Rep. 11, 12; Riding 
Club 11, 12; Pep Club 12; J.M.S.V.C. 
12; F.T.A. 12; Sr. Play Ticket Comm.; 
Tutor 11, 12; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11 





KAREN R. McASKILL 

Karen, a member of C.Y.O. likes going 
to the Surf and enjoys McDonald's 
food . . . she will brighten the lives of 
her future patients as a practical nurse. 

Chorus 10; F.N. A. 11; Pep Club 11; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Power's Sec't. 




JOANNE M. McBRIDE 

Jodye, known and liked by all, dislikes 
Columbus Day because it gets too 
many people into trouble . . . parties, 
skiing, scuba diving, and sewing are 
among her favorites . . . she hopes to 
become an L.P.N. 

Jr. Party Comm.; F.N.A. 11; Pep Club 
11; Ski Club 12 



KAREN A. McCANN 

Musically inclined, Karen hopes to 
continue in this field ... a member 
of the Greater Boston Youth Symphony 
Orchestra . . . enjoys Italian food, the 
ocean, and sailing . . . her talent and 
warm personality will surely bring her 
happiness and success. 

French Club 10; Folk Music Society 
11, Pres. 12; Talent Show; Band 10, 
11, 12; Orchestra 10, 11, 12; Briga- 
doon; Arsenic and Old Lace Ticket 
Comm.; Honors 10 




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mary m. McCarthy 

Whether in school or dancing at the 
Surf, Mary is always full of fun . . . 
loves the Cape and Italian food . . . 
hopes to be a French or Spanish teach- 
er and travel to Europe. 

Riding Club 10; Jr. Party Comm.; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Ski Club 12; Campus 12; 
Grad. Dance Comm. 





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paula f. McCarthy 

Sweet and sincere, Paula is an avid 
fan of Weymouth's football and bas- 
ketball teams. In her spare time, she 
works at B.J. 's Sub shop . . . aspires 
to become an airline stewardess . . . 
her pet peeve is people who are con- 
ceited. 

Monitor 10; Campus Rep. 10; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Reflector Rep. 12; F.B.L. 
A. 12 




russell McCarthy 

Russ enjoys camping and shooting, 
but detests breakfast . . . president of 
his church youth group, he hopes to 
become a printer and enter the Marine 
Reserves. 

Open House 10, 11; Office Duty 11; 
Class and H. R. Rep. 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm. 



ROBERT R. McCAW 

Bob likes sports, playing the guitar, 
girls, and especially surfing . . . mem- 
ber of the Breed East Surf Club . . . 
hopes to attend a junior college and be- 
come an accountant or a professional 
musician. 

Student Activity 10; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Key Club 11, 12 




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li ANNE f. McClelland 

Lianne hopes to become a practical 
nurse after graduation. She enjoys ski- 
ing and going to the Surf . . . her 
friendly personality will bring happi- 
ness and success in the future. 

Intramurals 10; Gymnastic Club 10; 
Pep Club 11; Ski Club 11, 12;F.B.L.A. 
12 





MICHAEL E. McCORMICK 

Automotive buff Mike delights in work- 
ing on his '55 Chevy. He also keeps 
busy as a busboy at the Rib Room. 




CHRISTINE M. McDEVITT 

Chris, friendly and outgoing, plans to 
attend U. Mass., and then enter the 
field of languages. A member of C. Y.O., 
she likes all kinds of sports. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12; Ski Club 
12; High Honors 10; Honors 11; 
Campus 12 



Joseph d. Mcdonald 

Joe, a very friendly person, is a sports 
enthusiast who enjoys hockey, skiing, 
and water skiing. He plans to study 
business administration in college. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Chess Club 11, 12 




nancy e. McDonnell 

Quiet and sincere, Nancy's favorite 
pastimes are reading and oil painting. 
Her future holds a career in the busi- 
ness world . . . loves cheeseburgers, 
polite boys, buttered popcorn, but is 
disturbed by snobby people ... an 
active member of C.Y.O. 

Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 





denise Mcelroy 

Denise mav be found working as a 
waitress at Friendly Ice Cream. A mem- 
ber of C.Y.O., she hopes to become a 
teacher in the Peace Corps . . . loves 
the Surf and fast cars. 

F.T.A. 11, 12 



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JAMES J. McFADD 

Jim is especially bothered by draft card 
burners. C.Y.O. basketball and a part- 
time job constitute his outside interests. 
He plans to attend business college 
and, thereafter, to join the Marines. 

Intramurals 10; Lang. Lab. Ass't. 12 



ELIZABETH McKARLAM) 

A friendly person, Betty likes people 
who smile, but dislikes conceited people 
. . . skiing, surfing, and dancing in- 
terest her. She hopes to attend a busi- 
ness school and then become a secre- 
tary. 

Chorus 10; Fashion Show 10; Library 
Staff 11; Pep Club 11,12; F.B.L.A. 12; 
Mrs. Swain's Sec't.; Campus 12; Pow- 
der Puff Game 



JOHN J. McFARLAND 

Starting his own business as soon as 
possible is Mac's ambition after gradu- 
ation. His outside interests include 
bowling, pool playing and stamp and 
coin collecting. He likes Corvettes, drag 
races, and demolition derbies, but dis- 
likes Fords and noisy teachers. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





MARY E. McGAUCHEY 

Petite and sweet, Beth enjoys skiing 
and bowling ... a member of C.Y.O. 
. . . her future plans include nursing 
school. 

Gymnastics Club 10; F. N. A. 11; 
F. B. L. A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Mr. 
Marshman's Sec't. 




JOHN" D. McGILLYRAY 

John's many interest include fishing, 
camping, hunting, stargazing, sports, 
and cars . . . likes television and apple 
pie, but detests homework, school and 
hot days. In the future, he plans to 
enter the service and become a printer. 

Honors 10, 11 



MICHAELS. McGLYNN 

After attending college, Mike hopes to 
become a teacher. A sports enthusiast, 
he enjoys baseball . . . likes Italian 
food. 

Football 11, 12; Baseball 11, 12; 
Weightlifting 10, 11; Honors 11 



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KEVIN E. McGRATH 

Skiing, water skiing, basketball, and 
music all interest Kevin. He plans to 
attend a junior college after gradua- 
tion. 




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KAREN L. McGURR 

Karen, who works at an ice cream 
shop, can also be found enjoying all 
sports. Her future looks bright as a 
salesgirl . . . enjoys meeting new peo- 
ple, dancing, and watching people surf. 

F.B.L.A. 11, Recorder 12; Student 
Council Alt. 10 




ROBERT D. McHALE 

Bob, a coin collector, also enjoys sports 
and music. After attending college he 
would like to become a commercial 
airline pilot. He dislikes slow people. 



PATRICIA A. McINNIS 

Always ready for a laugh, Pat enjoys 
football games and swimming. She 
likes tall boys, and dislikes people who 
are too forward. Pat will be a success 
as a beautician. 

Honors 10; Majorette 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




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PAULA J. McKENNA 

Paula's smile and friendly personality 
will help her to be a successful beau- 
tician . . . enjovs dancing and all 
sports . . . likes people with a good 
sense of humor. 

Pep Club 11, 12: Fashion Show 10, 11, 
12; F.B.L.A. 12; Library Ass't. 10, 11; 
Campus 12; Chorus 10; Powder Puff 
Game; Mr. Hartwell's Sec't. 



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LINDA A. McKENZIE 

Macca may be found surfing, dancing, 
and horseback riding. She enjoys de- 
signing and likes people with a friendly 
smile. Secretarial school lies in her 
future . . . dislikes people who talk 
about others. 




BRUCE C. McKIM 

Bruce, who will further his education, 
has mechanical and electronic interests. 
He enjoys operating and constructing 
ham radios, and the Citizen Band. 

Honors 



JANET L. McKIM 

Janet can be found working at Mam- 
moth Mart, and enjoying Rainbow 
and embroidering. Janet will make a 
career of teaching the blind. 

J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Theatre Arts 11, 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; Campus 12; 
Honors 10, 11 




EDWARD F. McKINNEY 

After attending college, Ed plans to 
join the Marines. A member of C.Y.O., 
he enjoys helping people and playing 
all sports. 

Honors 11 





DENISE M. McKINNON 

After graduation Denise would like to 
attend an art school . . . enjoys folk 
music and listening to Bob Dylan . . . 
dislikes getting up early. 




LESLIE A. McKINNON 

Les, popular and friendly, with a smile 
for everyone . . . loves skiing and 
cheesecake. Her personality and de- 
termination insure a happy career as 
a physical therapist. 

Soph. Party Comm.; Soph. Play; Gym- 
nastic Club 10; Campus Sales 10, 11; 
Photo Staff 12; Arsenic and Old Lace; 
Pep Club 11, V. Pres. 12; Talent Show 
11, 12; Student Council 10, 11, V. Pres. 
12; Monitor 10, 11, 12; Jr. Party 
Comm.; Cap and Gown Comm. 



PAUL F. McLEAN 

Paul was a member of the Catholic 
Memorial basketball team before trans- 
ferring to Weymouth. He plans to 
enter either the Navy or the Marines. 




FRANCIS T. McMAHON 

Mickey enjoys skiing, boating, and 
pool . . . plans to enter military serv- 
ice after graduation. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





DENNIS M. MEADE 

"Cheeks", interested in playing chess 
and horseback riding, likes girls with 
long hair. L'pon graduation he would 
like to attend Massasoit Community 
College. 

Intramurals 10; Drama Club 10; Rid- 
ing Club 10, 11. Pres. 12 

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WILLIAM F. MELCHIN 

Especially interested in reading, swim- 
ming, and music. Bill will be a great 
success as a history teacher. He dis- 
likes humorless people and cliques. 

Wrestling Team 11; Folk Music 11 



THOMAS H. MERRILL 

Cars and playing football interest"T". 
He likes girls that talk a lot and make 
friendly conversation . . . hates being 
teased. 

Football 10; Track 10; Honors 11 



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DUANE 1). MERSEREAU 

Duane, who plans a future in the auto- 
motive field, can be found working on 
his car . . . likes Chevies, but dislikes 
Fords. 





MAUREEN E. MESKIMEN 

Maureen brightens everyone's day 
with her sense of humor. Her hope for 
the future is to be rich, famous and 
happy . . . dislikes being blamed for 
things she didn't do. 

Dramatic Club 10; Brigadoon; One- 
Act Play 11; Arsenic and Old Lace; 
Theater Arts Club 11, 12; Chorus 
10, 11, 12; Clee Club 11; Folk Music 
Society 12; Reflector 10, 11, F.d-in- 
Chief 12; French Club 10, 11 




PAULA A. MEUSE 

After attending Katherine Cibbs, Paula 
hopes to become a legal secretary. Her 
special interests include football games 
and track meets . . . likes people who 
laugh and boys with long hair and 
green eyes . . . dislikes people who 
waste good time. 

Orad. Dance Comm. 



MARY E. MINAHAN 

Active in C.Y.O.. Mar likes watching 
baseball games and boys with brown 
hair and blue eyes . . . plans to go to 
I.B.M. school, and work for the tele- 
phone company. 




DOREEN L. MINNIS 

Attending football games, bowling, and 
horseback riding interest Doreen. In 
the future she hopes to become a private 
secretary . . . dislikes conceited people, 
but likes Italian cooking and sewing. 

Fashion Show 10; Honors 10; Short- 
hand Cert. 60, 80, 100; Mr. Swanson's 
Sec't. 12 





PATRICLA A. MIRABITO 

Pat likes singing, dancing, cooking, 
reading, and "The Young Rascals." 
With her personality, Pat will be a 
successful elementary school teacher 
. . . dislikes people who are late. 

F.T.A. 12; Chorus 12; Chorale 12 




SUSAN M. MJELDE 

Sewing and football games are both of 
interest to Sue. She would like to at- 
tend a business school . . . dislikes 
people who brag. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Fashion Show 10, 11, 12 



FRANCES B. MOLISSE 

Always smiling, Frani enjoys sewing 
and designing clothes . . . also tall, 
dark-haired boys, and football and 
basketball . . . dislikes conceited peo- 
ple. Her future plans are to attend 
design school. 

Fashion Show 10, 11; Clothing Lab. 
Ass't. 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mrs. 
Wheeler's Sec't. 12; Honors 10, 11 




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WILLIAM F. MOLONEY 

As an active member of C.Y.O., Bill 
can be found playing basketball for 
his team. Pool is his main interest, and 
he will later major in oceanography 
in college. 

High Honors 11 





DONNA T. MONARCH 

Dancing at the Surf is Donna's main 
pastime . . . likes horseback riding 
and collecting records . . . hopes to 
become a secretary after attending busi- 
ness school. 

Cafeteria Help 1 1 




CLYDE S. MONTGOMERY 

As part owner of a stock car, Clyde 
is always around drag races and autos 
. . . after the Sea Bees, he will go into 
auto body work. 

Monitor 10, 11, 12; Student Council 
10 



STEVEN W. MONTGOMERY 

Firearms, hunting, and fishing are a 
few of Steve's many interests . . . en- 
joys food, traveling, and reading. 
After attending college, he will pursue 
a career in science. 

Intramurals 10; A.V. 10; Reflector 12; 
Honors 11; Cap and Gown Comm. 






RICHARD J. MOONEY 

Rick, a well versed sports fan, plans to 
enter the Marines. 

Sr. Prom. Comm. 





PHILIP R. MOORE 

Phil, who enjoys reading and singing, 
would like to be a physician. He is 
annoyed by people who do not con- 
tribute anything. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10; Chorus 10, 11, 12; 
Public Speaking Club 10; Campus 
Sales 11; Math Club 10; Mr. Adam's 
Sec't.; Campus 11, Special Events Ed. 
12; Lab. Ass't. 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11; 
Tutor 11, 12; Brigadoon; Reflector 
Adv. Staff 12; Lang. Lab. Ass't.; Sr. 
Nom. Comm.; Chorale 12 



WILLIAM E. MORGAN, JR. 

Bill's favorite sports are boating, water 
skiing, and fishing. He will go into 
data processing in the Police Depart- 
ment . . . dislikes crowds and getting 
up early. 





CHARLES K. MOORE 

Pete will enter the vast world of com- 
puters upon graduation. He enjoys 
all sports and girls with short skirts. 



PATRICIA M. MORALES 

Pat, who wants to become a secretary 
for the First National Bank, loves to 
dabble in art, collect records and watch 
television . . . enjoys Italian food and 
music. 

Glee Club 10; A.V. 11; Honors 10, 11 





PAMELA J. MORRILL 

Pam hopes to work for the government 
in the near future. She enjovs dancing 
and sewing, but dislikes to see people 
in a hurry. 

Student Council Rep. 10; Monitor 10; 
Fashion Show 10, 11, 12; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 



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STEPHEN C. MORRIS 

An avid sports enthusiast, Steve has 
played on the basketball team for three 
years. He hopes to enter the field of 
engineering. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Monitor 10 



MARILYN B. MORRISON 

Marilyn hopes to become an account- 
ant one day. An active member inC.Y. 
O. and a CCD. teacher, she is an 
exciting, pleasant person. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 11, 12 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Campus Salts Staff 
11 




KATHLEEN A. MOSHER 

Medically inclined, Mosfa participates 
in many school activities . . . aspires 
to be a L.P.X. She loves music, art, 
and cooking. 

Chorus 10; Glee Club 11; Rrigadoon; 
F.N. A. 11 





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MARY F. MOSS 

Horseback riding and tennis are 
Mary's interests. Her future plans are 
to attend college, hopefully Fitchburg 
State. She will major in social work 
with children. 

Campus Sales Staff 10; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
Co-Chairman Hospital Projects 12; 
Monitor 10; Rrigadoon; Sr. Xom. 
Comm. 




STEPHKN W. MROZ 

Steve now works as a mason's appren- 
tice but will enter the field of ocean- 
ography at Wood's Hole Oceano- 
graphic Institute. 

Ski Club 11; Chess Club 12 



ROBERT G. MULLIGAN, JR. 

Independent and free-thinking, Bob en- 
joys scuba diving, hunting, and fish- 
ing. After the National Guard, he as- 
pires to attend college . . . likes to 
make his own decisions. 



Director of W.H.S. T.V.; A.V. 10, 11, 
12 




WARREN MULREY 

Although Warren is undecided about 
his future, he will go far in any field. 
He enjoys billiards and drag racing 
. . . likes girls with long straight hair. 

Intramurals 10 





RUTH E. MURDOCK 

Ruth, who came to us from Hull High, 
enjoys sewing, tennis, and playing the 
piano . . . plans to attend college and 
be a physical education major . . . dis- 
likes people who are late. 

Chorus 12 




MICHAEL J. MURPHY 

Hunting, camping, and go-cart racing 
are Mike's special interests . . . hopes 
to become an engineer . . . likes long 
blond hair. 



PATRICIA M. MURPHY 

An active and cheerful girl, Tricia is 
an accomplished equestrienne . . . 
member of C.Y.O. . . . she hopes to 
become a secretary. 

Chorus 11; Library Ass't. 10; Pep 
Club 10; Reflector Sales Rep. 12 




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ALEXANDER R. MURRAY 

Now working at the Atlantic Research 
Corp., Hanover, Al will attend a busi- 
ness school after graduation . . . likes 
bowling, horseback riding . . . dislikes 
narrow lockers. 

Cafeteria Worker 10, 11, 12; Library 
Ass't. 10; Book Fair 10; Chess Club 
10 





RICHARD E. MURRAY 

As a member of the C.Y.O. basketball 
team, Rich is interested in all sports. 
He will someday make a fine engineer. 

Cap and Gown Comm.; Intramurals 
10 




MICHAEL W. MYLETT 

Mickey, who is planning a trip to 
California this summer, is a surfing 
enthusiast . . . will attend college after 
graduation. 

Intramurals 10 



EDWARD L. NAAS 

A rugby enthusiast, Norton also likes 
football and all other sports. Mechani- 
cal engineering is his future vocation 
. . . dislikes psychedelic Hippies. 

Spring Track 10, 12; Winter Track 12; 
Cross Country 10; Wrestling 11; Math 
Club, V. Pres. 11, Pres. 12; Chess Club 
12, Treas. 11; Key Club 11, 12; Span- 
ish Club 10 




PATRICIA M. NAULT 

With her bubbly personality, Pat will 
go far as an accountant after college. 
She is a member of her C.Y.O., and 
dislikes impolite people. 

Talent Show 10, 11; Reflector 10; Of- 
fice Work 10; F.B.L.A. 11 





MICHAEL A. NERYI 

Mike can always be found having a 
good time. He is a member of his 
C.Y.O. basketball team and enjoys all 
sports . . . hopes to attend college next 
year. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 




ROBERT E. NEUMEIER 

Neum, an avid sports enthusiast, 
hopes to become a sportscaster or 
sports writer . . . enjoys watching and 
participating in all sports. 

Key Club 12; W.H.S. T.V. 12; Chess 
Club 10, 11; Basketball Mangr. 11, 
12; Soph. Play; Honors 10, 11; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 



THOMAS B. NEWTON 

"Fig" would like to enter the sheet 
metal trade . . . special interests in- 
clude baseball, waterskiing, and girls 
... his pleasant attitude will help him 
to become a success. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Student Gov't. 
11, 12; Office Duty 12 




ELLEN A. NICHOLS 

A quiet girl, Ellen would like to be- 
come a home economics teacher. A 
member of her C.Y.O., she enjoys sew- 
ing, reading, cooking, and bowling. 

Glee Club 10, 11; Library Staff 11; 
Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12;F.H.A. 
11, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Fashion 
Show 10, 11 





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THOMAS H. NICKERSON 

Along with Nick's interest in cars, he 
also enjoys fishing . . . hopes to en- 
ter the sheet metal trade. 

Open House 10. 11 



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JANIS A. NILSEN 

Jan, friendly and smiling, likes the 
summertime and all sports . . . would 
like to become a dental hygenist . . . 
dislikes snobby people. 

Pep Club 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Ski 
Club 12 





RICHARD E. NOGLER 

Ricky's interests include his part-time 
job, sports, and dances. He hopes to 
join the Marine Reserves and take an 
electronics course. 




SHARON A. NOLAN 

Always cheerful, Sharon likes all kinds 
of sports, but dislikes snobby people. 
Her bubbly personality insures her 
success as an elementary school 
teacher. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.T.A. 12; Campus 
12; F.B.L.A. 11 



CAROL A. NORTON 

A member of her C.Y.O., Carol hopes 
to become a secretary. 

Chorus 10; Library Ass't. 11; F.B.L.A. 
11; Mr. McKeel's Sec't.; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80 




PAUL K. NOYES 

Melted ice cream at lunch irritates 
Paul the most . . . hopes to become an 
auto body repair man. He can be 
found drag racing a Corvair in his 
spare time. 

Student Council 12; Monitor 12;Grad. 
Dance Comm. 





JOHN J. O'BRIEN 

In his spare time John plays on a 
C.Y.O. soccer team . . . also likes surf- 
ing and skiing. He plans to attend 
college after graduation. 

Student Council 10, 11, Treas. 12; 
Ski Club 11, 12; Monitor 10, 11; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 




KATHLEEN E. O'BRIEN 

Kathy likes Chinesefood, cold weather, 
and traveling . . . may be found at a 
Celtics' game or as a nurse's aide on 
weekends. She hopes to become a Rus- 
sian interpreter or teacher. 

Debate Club 11, 12; French Club 10, 
11; Spanish Club 10; Reflector H.R. 
Rep. 11; Dramatic Club 12; Pep Club 
11; Library Ass't. 10, 11, 12; Con- 
servation Club 12; Folk Song Societv 
12; W.H.S. T.V. 12 



PATRICIA A. O'BRIEN 

Pat, a friendly girl, plans to become a 
secretary. Her interests include all 
sports and sewing. 

Library Ass't. 10, 11; Pep Club 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Honors 11; Mr. Dow 's 
Sec't.; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 




JEFFREY B. O'CALLAGHAN 

Jeff, a quiet student, plans to go to 
college and major in physics. He is 
interested in telescope making, horse- 
back riding, and crystal growing . . . 
dislikes people who ask a question 
when they already know the answer. 

Conservation Club 12; Chem. Lab. 
Ass't. 11, 12; A.V. 10, 11, 12; Riding 
Club 11; Physics' Lab. Ass't. 12 




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MAUREEN O'CONNOR 

Mo enjoys sewing and hopes to be- 
come a model in the future. A real 
sports enthusiast, she dislikes gym on 
first period Mondav morning. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Chorus 10; Library 
Ass't. 10; F.B.L.A. 11; Mr. Swanson's 
Sec't.; Shorthand Tutor 12; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80, 100: Honors 11 



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PAUL D. O'CONNOR 

Always laughing, Okie is an all-round 
sports enthusiast ... a member of his 
C.Y.O. basketball team, he plans to 
attend college and become a teacher. 

Key Club 11; Intramurals 10 



DANIEL L. O'DONNELL 

Dan, a transfer student from B.C. 
High, likes weekends to come quickly 
. . . dislikes students who flatter teach- 
ers .. . enjoys attending Red Sox and 
Bruin games . . . hopes to attend Holy 
Cross or Boston College to become a 
lawyer. 



DENNIS M. O'DRISCOLL 

"Dez" likes all sports and often goes 
hunting and to the Bruins games. His 
favorite interest is cars. 





STEPHEN P. O'HARE 

Lead singer and drummer of" Kahuna 
and the Mooners," Steveplanstostudy 
marine biology after graduation . . . 
likes life savers. 

Ski Club 12; Pep Club 12 




NOREEN C. O'LEARY 

When not working, sewing and cook- 
ing keep Renee busy. She plans to 
travel in the future . . . dislikes pho- 
nies, but likes surfers. 



DAWN M. OLIVEIRA 

Just having a good time keeps Dawn 
happv . . . modeling and fashion buy- 
ing are in her future. She dislikes peo- 
ple who take their time in the hall 
when she is in a hurry. 

Sr. Nom. Comm.; Folk Song Societv 
12; Arsenic and Old Lace Ticket 
Comm.; Grad. Dance Comm. 




GAIL M. OLSON 

Happy-go-lucky and fun-loving, Gail 
transferred to Weymouth High in her 
junior year from Plymouth . . . hopes 
to attend a hairdressing school after 
graduation. Waterskiing and working 
as a waitress keep her busy. 

Powder Puff Game 





MARK H. OLSON 

A transfer student from Plymouth-Car- 
ver High School, Mark may be found 
where there is good music or surfing. 
His pleasant smile and warm person- 
ality will surely bring him success and 
happiness in college. 

Drama Festival 11; Arsenic and Old 
Lace; Campus Photo. Staff 12; A.V. 12; 
Pep Club 12; Sr. Prom. Comm. 




RONALD W. OLSON 

"Ole" likes being in the company of 
friendly people, enjoys all sports and 
music, and passes the time playing 
drums . . . plans on entering military 
service after graduation. He will make 
many friends with his sense of humor. 

Intramurals 10 



SHARON E. O'M ALLEY 

Cute and always smiling, Sharon en- 
joys good parties and being with a 
group. She keeps busy working in a 
donut shop and at C.Y.O. Her outside 
interest include sewing and drawing. 
She hopes to become a secretary. 

Honors 11; H.R. Messenger 11;F.B.L. 
A. 11; Reflector 11; Miss Johnson's 
Sec't. 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 




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TIMOTHY J. ORCUTT 

T. O., who likes sports, can always be 
found on the basketball court. College 
lies ahead in the future. He dislikes 
people who wear white socks . . . likes 
Simon and Garfunkle. 

Baseball 10; Basketball 10, 11, 12; 
Kev Club 12, Treas.; Honors 10, 11 



KATHERINE A. OTIS 

Kathy's interests include swimming, 
horseback riding, and sewing . . . likes 
friendly people and dislikes conceited 
people . . . plans to become an airline 
stewardess after working two years. 

Chorus 10 




SHARON M. OTT 

In her spare time Shar enjoys sewing 
and horseback riding . . . will be a 
welcome addition to the business world. 

Library Ass't. 11; F.H.A. 12; Honors 
10; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80 



FRANCES A. PACCIORETTI 

Frances, an avid sports fan, can be 
seen at all Weymouth games . . . her 
spare time is occupied by sewing and 
reading . . . works at McManus Ice 
Cream and is a secretary for a doctor 
. . . looks forward to attending a busi- 
ness school and a career as a legal 
secretary. 

Pep Club 11, 12; French Club 10; F.B. 
L.A. 11, 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; 
Campus Sec't. 12; Honors 10, 11; 
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 100 





ALYCE S. PALMER 

Alyce is considering the field of psy- 
chiatry, but as yet she is uncertain of 
future plans. She likes people with 
lively personalities and a good sense 
of humor . . . dislikes phonies. 

Spanish Club 10; Soph. Party Comm.; 
H.R. Rep. 10; Reflector 10, 11, 12; 
One Act Play 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Arsenic and Old Lace; High Honors 
10; Honors 11 



LAWRENCE E. OWENS 

Larry plans to attend college after 
which he will pursue a career of teach- 
ing. His interests include camping, 
hunting, and hockey. The remainder 
of his time is spent on a part-time job. 





ROBERT F. PALM A 

Bob, who plans to become a cook, is 
an active member of C.Y.O. hockey. 
He likes fishing and girls with long 
blonde hair . . . dislikes conceited 
people. 



URBAN C. PANARO 

Urbie would like to attend an account- 
ing school after graduation. He likes 
all sports and can be seen at Wey- 
mouth High games. 

Football Mangr. 




RICHARD G. PARDO 

Richard's hobbies include photogra- 
phy . . . girls with curlers in their hair 
disturb him. 





MICHAEL J. PARETCHAN 

Mike, an avid outdoorsman, likes hunt- 
ing, fishing, and skeet shooting. He 
plans to attend Northeastern Universi- 
ty to become an aeronautical engi- 
neer and enter the service as a fighter 
pilot . . . likes math and history and 
dislikes people who are late tor ap- 
pointments and dates. 

Political Science Club 12; Honors 10. 
11; Cap and Gown Comm. 



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CHARLES A. PARLIX 

Charlie is active in C.V.O. as an of- 
ficer and basketball player. He likes 
to collect coins and read science fiction. 
After graduation he plans to attend 
college. 



ROBIX A. PARNABY 

Robin, Worthy Advisor in Rainbow, is 
a friendly girl who likes sleeping late, 
vacations, surfing, and water skiing. 
She is active in her church fellowship 
and works as a cashier at Capitol 
Market. After graduation she plans to 
attend college to become a teacher . . . 
dislikes boys who wear white socks. 

Monitor 10; Spanish Club 10; Pep 
Club 10, 12; F.T.A. 12; Honors 11 




DANIEL J. PARRY 

Jose would like to travel before he 
enters a liberal arts college. Active in 
C.Y.O., he likes skiing and pop music. 
He dislikes people that block the corri- 
dors and some day hopes to own a 
Jaguar. 

One-Act Play 11; Intramurals 10; Ski 
Club 12 





MARIE A. PASAKARNIS 

Ree's hobbies include art, sewing, and 
hairdressing. Active in C.Y.O., she par- 
ticipates in both basketball and soft- 
ball . . . likes roast beef, but dislikes 
untidy boys. Upon entering college she 
hopes to major in mathematics. 

Talent Show 11; Campus 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Crad. 
Dance Comm. 




EUGENE PASKO 

Gene, a member of his C.Y.O., enjoys 
water sports . . . likes the summer, but 
dislikes work and responsibilities. He 
plans to attend college after graduation. 

Jr. Usher 11; Key Club 12; Honors 10, 
11; Sr. Prom Comm. 



SANDRA L. PATON 

Sandy would like to become a Spanish 
interpreter for an airline. She enjoys 
sports, especially basketball and the 
Celtics . . . also likes her part-timejob 
and Chinese food. 

Campus 10; Spanish Tutor 11; Pep 
Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 12 




KENNETH E. PATTEN 

Ken occupies his time working in a 
garage. His hobbies include motor- 
cycles and cars. He likes Harley David- 
sons . . . dislikes cold weather. 





RICHARD H. PATTERSON 

Rick, a member of his C.Y.O., enjoys 
all sports. As of now, his future plans 
are undecided. 

Key Club 12 




FRANCES R. PELLAGRIN! 

Frannie's future plans include becom- 
ing a high school English teacher. She 
spends much of her spare time as a 
cashier at Capitol Market and is a 
member ofherC.Y.O. . . . enjoys ski- 
ing, skating, and swimming. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Re/lector H.R. 
Rep. 10, 12; Monitor 11, 12; Student 
Council 12 



RAHN R. PELRINE 

Rahn's future is undecided as yet. He 
enjoys working on cars and winter 
skiing. 

Ski Club 12 




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DONALD L. PETERSEN 

Don is the vice president of his church 
vouth group and is a member of his 
church basketball league. He has a 
part-time job at Mammoth Mart and 
is also a member of a bowling league 
. . . enjoys slot car racing and pool. 





NANCY R. PETERSEN 

Pete plans to become a secretary after 
graduation. She enjoys badmitton and 
cooking. She likes meeting friendly, 
cheerful people . . . dislikes conceited 
people. 

Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 12 




LANCE M. PETERSON 

Pete hopes to become a printer. He 
enjoys fixing up cars and printing . . . 
dislikes to have his favorite stock car 
racers lose. 



CHERYL S. PHILLIPS 

A part-time worker in a department 
store, Cherie plans to become a teacher 
after college. A member of C.Y.O., she 
enjoys playing the guitar and likes 
dating, traveling, and meeting people. 

Jr. Party Comm. 11; Talent Show 11; 
Campus Sales Staff 11; Campus 11, 
Ass't. Ed. 12; F.T.A. 12; Spanish Club 
12; Honors 10; Powder Puff Football 




JAMES E. PHILLIPS 

Jim plans to go to college, but is un- 
decided about whether he'll teach . . . 
is interested in all sports . . . likes fried 
clams and Toronados, and dislikes 
conservative people. 

Tennis 10, 11, 12; Honors 10, 11 





KAREN S. PHILLIPS 

Karen would like to work for the tele- 
phone company or attend I. B. M. 
school. She enjovs swimming and sew- 
ing and spends much of her spare 
time working at South Shore Cleaners 
. . . dislikes self-centered people. 

F.B.L.A. 




CARLO E. PICCUITO, JR. 

Carl enjoys most sports, especially 
bowling, baseball, basketball, and 
hockey. He hopes to become a printer 
after graduation. 

Office Duties 12; A.V. 12; Open House 
11, 12. 



DONNA M. PICCUITO 

Donna would like to attend I. B. M. 
school after graduation . . . dislikes 
conceited boys and stuck-up girls. 




RAYMOND PIERSON 

Ray would like to enter the service 
after graduation. He enjoys working 
on cars and likes to attend auto drags. 

Open House, Sr. Prom Comm. 





PAULA M. PIUTO 

Paula hopes to attend college after 
graduation. She spends much of her 
spare time working as a salesgirl at 
Touraine's . . . enjoys tennis and 
watching sports events. 

Monitor 10, 11, 12; Student Council 
11, Sec't. 12; I.B.M. 12; Sr. Play 
Ticket Comm.; Tennis 10, 12; Office 
Worker 10; Honors 10. 11 



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BRUCE D. PIXEL 

Bruce 's interests are the guitar, golf, 
and tennis . . . hopes to enter the field 
of marine biology . . . dislikes con- 
ceited people. 



BERXICE E. PINNETTI 

Bernie hopes to attend college and en- 
ter the field of teaching or nursing. She 
spends much of her time as a part- 
time hairdresser. 

Pep Club 12; Campus 12 




PAMELA D. PIXGREY 

Pam hopes to attend South West Texas 
State College after graduation. She 
enjoys reading and swimming in her 
spare time. 

F.H.A. 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 12 



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STEPHEN K. PIRIE 

Steve hopes to attend college or enter 
the Navy after graduation. He has a 
part-time job at Loud's Hardware 
Store . . . enjoys playing the guitar, 
painting, and fishing. 

Spanish Club 10; Lang. Lab. Ass 't. 12; 
Honors 10 




PETER A. PIZZI 

Pete plans to further his education after 
graduation. He enjoys all sports . . . 
dislikes conceited people. 

Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Winter Track 
10, U, 12 



SUSAX J. POLLOCK 

Sue plans to attend college where she 
will studv to become a nurse. She is 
the vice-president of her church organi- 
zation . . . enjoys sewing, traveling, 
and genuine people. 

F.X.A. 11, 12; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11 




DOXNA L. POMPEO 

A secretarial or business career lies 
ahead for Donna. 





RUDOLPH V. POMPEO 

An active member of C.Y.O., Rudy 
plays hockey for his C.Y.O. team. He 
likes girls, hockey, and lots of fun . . . 
hopes to teach high school mathematics 
in the near future. 

Spanish Club 10; Ski Club 11, 12; 
Hockey 12 




CAROL J. POPOWICZ 

Carol enjoys horseback riding, ice skat- 
ing, and tennis. She spends much of 
her spare time working as a cashier 
at Star Market. She enjoys football 
and basketball games . . . dislikes 
people with no school spirit. 

Campus Sales Rep. 10; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Monitor 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 
11, 12; Jr. Party Comm.; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 



JAXET M. POULOS 

"Tiki" may become a secretary or an 
interior decorator after graduation. She 
enjoys art and dancing at the Surf. 
She likes boys with class, fast cars, 
and drummers . . . dislikes crowds. 

Pep Club 11 




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PATRICIA E. POWELL 

Patty hopes to become a registered 
nurse and spends much of her spare 
time working as a nurse's aide. She 
enjoys painting, tennis, cooking, and 
swimming . . . also likes to help people. 

Library Club; F.N.A.; Campus Sales 
Staff 





ROBERT J. POWER 

A member of his C.Y.O. soccer team, 
Bob enjoys all sports, especially foot- 
ball and basketball . . . president of a 
bowling league, he also works part- 
time at the South Shore Hospital. He 
hopes to enter a school of business 
administration. 

Key Club 12; A.V. 10 




DONNA M. PRESCOTT 

A member of her C.Y.O., Donna works 
as a secretary at the Immaculate Con- 
ception Rectory. She enjoys horseback 
riding, bowling, and skiing . . . dis- 
likes hypocrites. She hopes to enter the 
secretarial field. 

Mr. Horrigan's Sec't. 12; Shorthand 
Cert. 60, 80 



MARY J. PRESCOTT 

Mary Jo would like to become a book- 
keeper or an airline stewardess. She 
enjoys skiing and dancing . . . likes 
friendly people. 




BARBARA L. PRICE 

Barbara hopes to further her educa- 
tion and become a teacher. She enjoys 
boating and horseback riding . . . 
likes friendly, honest people, boats, 
horses, and most animals. 

Chorus 10 





BARRY F. PRITCHARD 

Barry plans to enter the computer 
programming field. A spoils enthus- 
iast, he especially enjoys surfing . . . 
also likes girls and motorcycling. 

Intramurals 10; Chess Club 12 




CHARLES W. PRITCHARD 

Charley hopes to attend college where 
he will study to become a mathema- 
tician. An Eagle Scout, he also enjoys 
skiing, swimming, piano, sailing, and 
reading. 

Lab Ass't. Club 11, Pres. 12; Debating 
Club 11, 12; Reflector 10, 11, 12 




SUSAN M. PRITCHARD 

Sue plans to enter the field of special 
education. In her spare time she enjoys 
skiing and working . . . likes friendly, 
considerate people. 



SHARON M. PROVOST 

Becoming a speech therapist is among 
Sharon's future objectives . . . active 
in C.Y.O. . . . likes to walk in the 
rain. 

Spanish Club 10; One-Act Play 10, 11; 
F.H.A. 11, V. Pres. 12; Brigadoon; 
Arsenic and O/d Lace 





CAROL M. PURDY 

Carol hopes to become a physiothera- 
pist after graduation . . . sports. Rain- 
bow, and modeling occupy her spare 
time . . . likes Chinese food. 

Office Help 10; Pep Club 10; Monitor 
10, 12; Sr. Norn. Comm.; Sr. Prom 
Comm. 



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MARILYN A. PUTNEY 

Attending Forsyth College and becom- 
ing a dental hygienist are Marilyn's 
plans . . . likes water-skiing and snow- 
skiing . . . dislikes insincere people .. . 
may be found working as a dental 
assistant. 

Student Council 10, 11; Monitor 10, 
11; Reflector 10, 11. 12; Talent Show 
10; Fashion Show 10; Office Work 10, 
12; Honors 10, 11 



ELEAXOR A. QUI N LAN 

Elly, an active member of C.Y.O., likes 
to bowl and travel . . . her future plans 
include nursing school . . . likes friend- 
ly people. 

Chorus 12 




MARY E. RAND 

Dancing and C.Y.O. are among Sally's 
outside activities . . . dislikes conceited 
people . . . hopes to become a hair- 
dresser after graduation. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Chorus 10 





WILLIAM L. RAND 

Bill hopes to become a teacher after 
attending college . . . scuba diving is 
among his varied interests . . . likes 
girls with long hair. 

Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 
11, 12; Key Club 11, 12; Arsenic and 
Old Lace; 'Reflector H. R. Rep. 12; 
Drama Festival 11; One Act Plavs 11; 
Talent Show 11, 12; A.V. 10, 11, 12; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 




ROBERT E. RANDALL, JR. 

Paleontology is Bob's plan for the fu- 
ture ... a member of the Wamsutta 
Rock and Mineral Club, he enjoys 
collecting fossils and various firearms. 

Conservation Club 11, 12; Chess Club 
12 



LORRAINE M. REAR DON 

Lorraine hopes to attend Catherine 
Laboure School of Nursing followed 
by a career in nursing. She enjoys 
skiing . . . loves Chinese food . . . dis- 
likes insincere and unfriendly people. 

Gymnastics 10; Pep Club 10; Talent 
Show 10; Cheerleader 11, 12; Ski Club 
12; Honors 11 




ROBERT G. RENNIE 

Working on cars is Bob's chief in- 
terest . . . being successful in life and 
getting married are his immediate de- 
sires. 

Open House 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 





ANNE E. REXFORD 

Anne hopes to become a bookkeeper 
or office worker upon graduation . . . 
people, sports, and music intrigue her 
. . . likes summer and the beach. 



Chorus 10; 
Sect. 12 



Glee Club 11; Reflector 




RACHEL C. REYENGER 

In her spare time Tina works at 
Friendly s Ice Cream Shop . . . enjoys 
waterskiing, horseback riding, and ice 
skating . . . hopes to become a stew- 
ardess or a secretary. 

Mr. Clancy's Sec't. 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 



DEBORAH A. REYNOLDS 

Debbie enjoys caring for the sick and 
hopes to become a nurse in the future 
. . . enjoys dancing and babysitting. 

Mrs. Parkman's Sec't. 11 




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STEPHEN C. REYNOLDS 

Steve hopes to be a physical education 
major in college . . . active in sports 
inside and outside of school . . . hates 
conceited people . . . likes mini-skirts. 

Football 10, 12; Weightlifting 10, 11 





MICHAEL J. RICH 

'"Roo" plans to attend college and 
travel . . . active in C.Y.O., he likes 
sports and music ... a sure success 
in any endeavor. 

Cross Country 10; Spring Track 10; 
Campus 10, 11; Talent Show 11; Kev 
Club 12; Ski Club 12 




STEPHANIE RICHARDS 

To become a Vista volunteer is Steph's 
immediate plan . . . active in C.Y.O., 
she enjoys skiing and horseback riding 
. . . dislikes impatient people. 



JANE E. RICHARDSON 

Jane hopes to studv elementary educa- 
tion in college . . . may be found work- 
ing as a lifeguard . . . enjoys football 
and basketball games. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Majorette 10, 11, 
Head 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11; Band 10, 11; 
Girls Gymnastic Team 10, 11 




JOHN D. ROANOWICZ 

Hunting, fishing, and scuba diving are 
among John's many interests ... to 
study oceanography is his desire for 
the future . . . dislikes stubborn people. 

One Act Play 11; Brigadoon; Talent 
Show 11, 12; Winter Track 11, 12; 
Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Jr. Usher; 
Arsenic and Old Lace; Basketball 11. 
12; Monitor 11; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Honors 10, 11 




JOAN M. ROBBINS 

Always helping others, Joan plans a 
career in physical therapy. She also 
enjovs horseback riding and working 
with children. 

Librarv Ass't. 10, 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
Sec't. 12; Pep Club 10 




ALAN A. ROBERTS 

Getting married and traveling to Cali- 
fornia are Al's immediate plans . . . 
enjoys drag racing and girls. 

Open House 10; Sr. Nom. Comm. 



LINDA M. ROBERTS 

Linda plans to further her education 
after graduation . . . watching football 
and basketball games are her main 
interests. 

Glee Club 12; Pep Club 12 




RICHARD A. ROBINSON 

Attending college is Rich's goal 
enjoys sports and other activities 
a sure success. 

Chess Club 10, 11, 12 





WILLIAM D. ROBINSON 

Doug enjovs cars and motorcycles in 
his spare time . . . joining the Ma- 
rines is his immediate plan upon grad- 
uation. 



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BARBARA A. ROGERS 

Active in M.Y.F. and other church 
activities, Barb hopes to attend nursing 
school . . . enjoys attending basketball 
and football games. 

Spanish Club 10; Pep Club 11, 12; 
F.N. A. 11, 12; Campus 12 



MARILYN' K. ROGERS 

Mar hopes to attend school after 
graduation ... to enter the field of 
radio broadcasting is her desire . . . 
active in church activities . . . enjovs 
singing and reading. 

Theater Arts 11, 12; Chorus 10, 11, 
12; Glee Club 11; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Folk Music Society 11, 12; Campus 
11, 12; Brigadoon; Arsenic and Old 
Lace 




MARGARET A. ROLLINS 

Furthering her education and getting 
married are Peggy's immediate future 
plans . . . cooking, bowling, and at- 
tending school activities occupy her 
spare time . . . dislikes dances and 
loud people. 

library Ass't. 12; Pep Club 12; F.B.L. 
A. 12; Honors 10; Shorthand Cert. 60 





JUDITH A. ROMANO 

Judv, vice-president of her C.Y.O., in- 
tends to go to business school after 
graduation . . . likes bovs, dancing, 
and watching sports ... a sure suc- 
cess in the future. 

Pep Club 10, 11; Chorus 10; Talent 
Show 10; Cap and Gown Comm.; Mr. 
Dwver's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 60 




DAVID H. ROSE 

Joining the Air Force is Dave's im- 
mediate plan upon graduation . . . 
may be found working in his own 
print shop . . . likes fishing and shoot- 
ing. 

Open House 11 



JANICE K. RUFF 

Bowling, sports, and cooking occupy 
most of Jan's spare time . . . ambi- 
tious and hard-working, she will make 
a fine bookkeeper . . . dislikes beards. 




MARK S. RUSSELL 



Musically inclined, Mark will make a 
fine music teacher . . . likes horseback 
riding and boating . . . dislikes snobs 
and school. 

Open House 10 





ROBERT F. RUSSO 

Bob may be found as a cashier at 
Turn-Style in his spare time ... a 
college education is his immediate de- 
sire ... an avid Red Sox fan. 

Student Gov't. 10; A.V. 10; Intra- 
murals 10; Track 10; Key Club 11, 
12; Chess Club 11 




MARY L. RYAX 

Getting up on Monday morning is 
Mar's chief dislike . . . intends to trav- 
el in Europe upon graduation and 
then go into business . . . enjovs cars, 
dancing, and the Surf. 

Cafeteria 10, 11; Chorus 10, 11; Pep 
Club 10, 11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 



PATRICIA J. RYAN 

A nonconformist, Pat wishes to attend 
a business school and then race cars 
professionally. She enjoys music, Ravi 
Shankar, and playing the piano . . . 
dislikes people who are late. 

Chorus 10: Librarv Staff 10; Orchestra 
11 




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PATRICK RYAN 

Pat is planning to attend Boston State 
after graduation. 

Monitor 10; Intramurals 10; Debate 
Club 11, 12; Kev Club 11, 12 





BEVERLY A. RYERSON 

Bev hopes to become a secretary for 
an airline . . . loves dancing at the 
Surf and big parties . . . hates con- 
ceited people. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12; 
Campus 12; Arsenic and Old Lace 




DAVID C. RYNNE 

If Dave isn't working on a car, you 
may find him on the wrestling mat. 
Water sports are also very popular 
with him. 

Cafe Monitor 11; Wrestling 10, 11 



MICHELE M. SACCHETTI 

Mic anticipates a secretarial career. 
She delights in swimming, horseback 
riding, and bowling . . . also enjoys 
cooking and sewing. 




Cafe. Worker 11; 
11 



F.H.A. 11; F.B.L.A. 



LIXDA A. SALAMONE 

Attending Northeastern to become an 
elementary school teacher is Linda's 
chief desire . . . enjoys reading, music, 
cooking, and dancing . . . dislikes 
homework. 

F.H.A. 11, 12; F.N. A. 11; F.T.A. 12; 
French Club 10, 11; Monitor 10; 
Teacher's Convention 10 





PAUL M. SALERNO 

After graduation Paul hopes to go to 
an engineering school . . . enjoys play- 
ing tennis and the bass guitar. 

Track 10; Monitor 10; Spanish Club 
10; A.V. 10; Tennis 11, 12; Grad. 
Dance Comm. 




EARLENE C. SALEY 

Nicky wants to become a receptionist 
for an airline . . . may befound work- 
ing at Sears . . . enjoys drag races 
and designing her own clothes. 

Cafeteria Worker 11 



JOSEPH W. SALVAGGI 

Conscientious and hard working. Joe 
will surely go far in life . . . as of now, 
uncertain what the future will bring . . . 
enjoys hunting and fishing. 




LINDA A. SALVATORE 

Linda looks forward to a future as a 
writer . . . enjoys art, folk music, and 
travel . . . presently works in a den- 
tist's office. 

French Club 10; F.B.L.A. 11, V. Pres. 
12 





JAXE C. SALVUCCI 

Becoming a French teacher is Jane's 
vocational objective . . . hopes to trav- 
el in the near future . . . varied in- 
terests include skiing, tennis, and an. 

French Club 11; Ski Club 11; Campus 
12; Tutor 12; Riding Club 1 1 



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GREGORY \V. SAMMER 

Active in school activities, Greg hopes 
to attend college after graduation . . . 
sports and collecting records are his 
chief interests ... a sure success in 
any endeavor. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10,11; 
Track 10; Student Council 10, 11, 12; 
Sr. Class V'ice-Pres. 



RUTH E. SAMPSON 

Rootie hopes to become a secretary 
or work with business machines. She 
likes Sonny and Cher and the name 
"Willy." 

Riding Club 10; Campus Sales Staff 
10; Pep Club 11. 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Chess Club 12; Reflector H.R. Rep. 11; 
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Rrigadoon; 
Mr. Dempsey's and Mrs. Orton's 
Sec't. 



EILEEN" T. SAML'LSKI 

Undecided as to her future plans, 
Eileen will surelv be successful in what- 
ever she tries . . . dancing and sports 
are her chief interests. 

Shorthand Cert. 60 





JANET T. SAX DA 

To run IBM machines is Jan's future 
hope . . . active in C.Y.O., she enjoys 
all types of sports, painting, reading, 
and coin collecting . . . likes cute boys. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Pep Club 11 




STEVEN 0. SANSON 

Active in school athletic events Steve 
hopes to attend college after gradua- 
tion . . . enjoys reading and all sports. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Student Council 
10; Monitor 10, 11, 12; Weightlifting 
10, 11; Soph. Party Comm.; Track 
12; Cap and down Comm. 



WILLIAM F. SARGENT 

Bill plans to become an air man in 
the United States Navy Reserve. He 
enjoys hunting and models . . . en- 
joys A.V. 

A.Y. 10, 11, 12; W. H.S. T.V. 11, 12 




LINDA E. SASS 

Planning to attend college, Linda will 
make a fine physical education major 
. . . likes sewing, but dislikes white 
socks on boys. 

Student Council 10, 11, 12; Class Sec't. 
10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 11, 12; Cheer- 
leader 12; Monitor 10, 11, 12;Honors 
11 





BARBARA C. SAULNIER 

Barbara plans to become a fashion 
designer after attending college. She 
spends much of her spare time travel- 
ing, sketching, and working at Thom 
McAn. She likes music, bright colors, 
and autumn. 

Library Ass't. 10; Pep Club 10; Soph. 
Party Comm.; Lang. Lab Aid 11; 
French Club 11; Reflector Art Staff 11, 
12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; Sr. Prom Comm. 




DANIEL A. SAYOIE 

Sav hopes to go on and become a 
good carpenter ... his outside inter- 
ests include cars and drums . . . dis- 
likes classes. 



RUTH C. SCAGNOLI 

Ruth, a hard worker, will go far in 
whatever she aspires to do. She spends 
a good part of her time at Gem in 
Hingham where she is presently em- 
ployed. 




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MADELYX F. SCANXELL 

A career in nursing or teaching lies 
ahead for Madelyn. 

F.T.A. 11, 12; F.X.A. 11, 12; French 
Club 11, 12 





BEVERLY A. SCHEXA 

Bev's bright-eyed personality and 
eager willingness will help her fulfill 
hopes of becoming an airline steward- 
ess. Bev likes skiing, happy people, 
and getting her own way. 

Gymnastics 10, 11 




ROBERT R. SCHLEIFF 

After graduation Bob hopes to attend 
college. He is a member of C.Y.O., 
Y.M.C.A., and M.C.H. Club. He also 
has a penny collection and enjoys 
water sports and girl watching. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10, 11, 
12; A.V. 11, 12; VV.H.S. T.V. 11, 12; 
Lab. Ass't. 11; Track 12; Weightlifting 
Team 11, 12; Powderpuff Football 
Cheerleader 



CATHERIXE B. SCHOFIELD 

Cathy has hopes of attending Garland 
Jr. College in the near future. She 
spends her free time swimming, skate- 
boarding, or watching football games. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Campus 12; Glee 
Club 11; Re/lector H.B.. Rep. 




KEXXETH E. SCHWORM 

Ken, who enjoys collecting old and 
obsolete ammunition, plans to go to 
school in Colorado to become a gun- 
smith. He likes fine shotguns and also 
likes to use them while hunting. 

Honors 11 





JAXICE E. SCIARAPPA 

Jan's pet peeve is bovs with crew cuts. 
She likes art, folk music, and parties 
. . . hopes to become a dental assist- 
ant or commercial artist. 

Campus Art Staff 11, 12; Chorus 10; 
Glee Club 11; F.T.A. 11; Folk Music 
Society 11 




XAXCY E. SCIARAPPA 

Xancy enjoys tennis and relaxing . . . 
plans to become a government inter- 
preter or a foreign language teacher 
. . . likes Sherlock Holmes, but dislikes 
rude people. 

W.H.S. T.V. 11, 12; Debate Club 11, 
V. Pres. 12; French Tutor; Arsenic and 
Old Lace; Lang. Lab. Ass't. 11, 12; 
Conservation Club 12; High Honors 
10, 11; Merit Scholarship Letter Com- 
mend. 



COLEEX E. SCOTT 

"Weasel" would like to travel after 
graduation. She spends part of her 
spare time working at Mammoth Mart 
. . . dislikes conceited people and firm 
teachers. 

D.E.C.A. 




JOHX H. SCOTT 

Scottie has plans to attend Purdue Uni- 
versity and become an engineer. He 
enjoys skiing and also playing basket- 
ball. With a personality like his, he 
will surely succeed in whatever he at- 
tempts. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Key Club 11, 12; 
A.V. 10; Lighting Crew 11; Tennis 10, 
11, 12; Sr. Xom. Comm.; Lab. Ass't. 
11 





CHARLES S. SELLERS 

"Chow" plans to attend Merchant 
Maritime Academy after graduation. 
A sailing and go-carting pro, he likes 
girls in mini-dresses and also likes to 
hunt with a bow and arrow. 

Photographv Club 10; Track 10; Ten- 
nis 11; Ski Club 11. 12; Riding Club 
Treas. 11, Pres. 12; Chess Club 11 



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LUIS A. SEOANE 

Louie hopes to become a dentist. An 
active member of C.Y.O., he enjoys 
all sports. He can be found working 
at Mammoth Mart . . . likes friendly 
people. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Intramural Basket- 
ball 10; Spanish Club 10, 12; Honors 
11 



JOSEPH M. SERAFINI 

With a dynamic personality, Joe will 
surely succeed in becoming a union 
mechanic. 

Honors 10 




CATHERINE A. SGROI 

Cathy's warm and friendly smile at- 
tracts people wherever she goes. As a 
part-time worker at Jordan Marsh, 
she finds a good deal of her time being 
taken up, but still manages to squeeze 
in a little sketching and some C.Y.O. 
activities. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.H.A. 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Theater Arts 11, 12 





JOHN M. SHANAHAN 

Mike enjoys reading and music and 
also people with a good sense of hu- 
mor. After graduation he plans to at- 
tend college and become a teacher. 

Intramurals 10; J.M.S.V.C. 11, Chair- 
man of Mentally Retarded Comm. 12; 
Campus 12; Algebra Tutor 11; A rsenic 
and Old Lace 




DEIDRE L. SHAW 



MICHAEL R. SHALLOW 

Mike's main interest lies in cars and 
motorcycles. He plans to attend a col- 
lege and go into either a design or 
architecture field. Besides cars, he also 
enjoys skiing. 

Football 10, 11; A.V. 11; Pep Club 12; 
Honors 10 



Friendly De l)e is presently employed 
part-time at Pope Nursing Home. She 
plans to become a telephone operator 
after graduation. She enjoys go-carting 
and dancing. 

Cafeteria Worker 11, 12 



PATRICIA E. SHEA 

An active member of C.V.O., Pat also 
enjoys W.H.S. football and basketball 
games, bowling, and Chinese food. 
After graduation she hopes to become 
a secretary. 

Riding Club 10; Fashion Show 10; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Shorthand Cert. 60; Reflector H.R. 
Rep. 11, Sec't. 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 





DAVID F. SHEEHAN 

Dave, an avid debator, enjoys playing 
golf in his free time. After graduation 
he plans to attend college. 

Debate Club 11, 12; Dramatic Club 
10, 11, 12; Arsenic and Old Lace; 
Honors 10, 11 



PAULA J. SHEEHAN 



PATRICIA J. SHERRY 



Paula enjoys being with and working 
with people. She enjoys all sports, 
sewing, knitting, art, hairdressing, and 
interior decorating. Her greatest pet 
peeve is a clique. 

Talent Show 10 



Pat, still undecided about her future 
plans, enjoys swimming and skiing in 
her spare time. She dislikes people who 
are always in a hurry and likes just 
about everything else. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Reflector Sec't. 12 



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CLINTON A. SHETTLESWORTH, JR. 

Clint wants to be rich and happy. He 
enjoys collecting coins and reading 
books. He also holds interest for 
money, cars, and girls. 

Honors 11. 12 





SHARON E. SHIELDS 

Sharon enjoys summer and winter 
sports along with horseback riding, 
knitting, and sewing. She has plans to 
enter the business world as a secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 12 




JOHN H. SHOBER 

John plans to attend college after grad- 
uation. He likes music and his pet 
peeves are hair cuts and having to 
wear glasses. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10; Ski 
Club 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 10 



KATHLEEN SIMCIK 

Kathy enjoys bowling, skating, play- 
ing tennis, and going to football games. 
Her pet peeves are gum chewers and 
conceited people . . . plans to become 
a secretary. 

Pep Club 11, 12;Mr.Morrissey'sSec't. 
12; F.B.L.A. 12 




SANDRA C. SIMPKINS 

Sandie plans to join Vista after gradua- 
tion. She likes Ravi Shankar . . . hates 
homework. 

D.E.C.A. 





ANN C. SJOSTEDT 

Ann is an avid car racing fan. She 
enjoys sewing and hopes to enter the 
world of retailing . . . hates to be called 
Annie. 

Fashion Show 10, 11, 12 




MICHAEL SKIFFINGTON 

Skiff hopes to make his career in the 
Navy. Besides his part-time job, he 
also enjoys bowling . . . likes long- 
haired girls. 

Math Club 10; Jr. Usher; High Honors 
10; Honors 11 



JUDITH A. SLAVINSKY 

Judy is training for a future career in 
business. 

Office Worker 10 




HOLLY E. SLOAN 

Holly plans to enter either an art or 
dental career. She enjoys painting, 
horseback riding, playing the guitar, 
and writing music . . . likes Swedish 
boys. 

Student Activity 10; Soph. Party 
Comm.; Gymnastics 10; Talent Show 
10; Campus Sales Staff 11; Folk Music 
Club, V. Pres. 11, 12; Honors 10 





ELIZABETH A. SMITH 

Reading, camping, and going to toot- 
ball games are a few of Betty's many 
interests. She hopes to attend I'. Mass. 
and become a medical technologist. 

F.N. A. 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Library 
Ass't. 11, 12 




JAMES J. SMITH 

Hoping to go to Mass. Maritime 
Academy, Jim loves anything to do 
with the water. Besides sailing and 
swimming, he also likes collecting 
coins. 



JUDITH A. SMITH 

After graduation Judy hopes to work 
in Boston. She likes people with a 
sense of humor . . . spends much of 
her spare time working at Kae's Sand- 
wich Bar. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Shorthand Cert. 60, 80; Mrs. Mag- 
raw's Sec't. 12; Honors 10; Grad. 
Dance Comm. 




LARKY W. SMITH 

Larry, who likes the word "'gradua- 
tion", hopes to become a history teach- 
er. Interested in politics and raising 
animals, he is also president of his 
church youth group. 





NANCY J. SMITH 

Nance looks forward to becoming a 
secretary after graduation . . . thor- 
oughly enjoys her weekends and va- 
cations. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Gymnastics 10; Fash- 
ion Show 10; Soph. Party Comm. 




REBECCA SMITH 

Becky plans to go to college after 
graduation. She can be found on the 
ski slopes or in a bowling alley . . . 
dislikes having to get up early in the 
morning. 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 10, 
11, 12; Lang. Lab. Ass't. 11; Campus 
12; Honors 10 



ROBERT \Y. SMITH 

Bob, who enjoys painting, sleeping, 
and thoughtful people, hopes to be- 
come a successful artist. In his spare 
time he plavs the guitar in a pop combo. 

Spectrum 10 




RONALD SMITH 

Manager of "The Lost Articles", Ron 
also plans to attend college and be- 
come an electrical engineer . . . dis- 
likes people who don't like him. 





STEFAN J. SMITH 

After graduation Smitty plans to enter 
the field of medicine. An active member 
of his church youth group, he also 
enjoys basketball, dances, and football 
games . . . dislikes teachers who give 
too much homework. 

Sr. Nom. Comm. 




ELLEN R. SNOW 

Ellen plans to attend U. Mass. . . . 
plays the piano and guitar. She also 
enjoys participating in all sports. 

Folk Club 12; Pep Club 1 1 , 12; Campus 
11, Sr. Staff Ed. 12; Chorus 12; Talent 
Show 11, 12; Glee Club 11; Folk Festi- 
val 12; Honors, High Honors 10, 11, 
Powder Puff Game; Chorale 12; Ex- 
change Concert 12 



BEVERLY C. SNOWMAN 

After graduation Bev hopes to become 
a medical secretary. As an active mem- 
ber of the Wessagusset Yacht Club, 
she can be found sailing in Quincy 
Bay . . . enjoys working with her artex 
paints. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Brigadoon; Pep Club 12; Reflector Ad- 
vertising 11; Theater Arts 11, 12; Ar- 
senic and Old Lace; Exchange Concert 
11 




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DAVID L. SOROCCO 

Soc, who enjoys custom made cars, 
hopes to become a financial success 
after his graduation. 





ALDO A. SPADA, JR. 

Al plans to enter the field of archi- 
tectural drawing . . . can be found 
studying archaeology or U.F.O.'s. He 
enjoys eating pizza, listening to the 
Beatles, and singing . . . detests con- 
ceited people. 




PATRICIA M. SPANO 

Cooking and working at Star Market 
occupy Pat's spare time. After attend- 
ing college she hopes to become a 
teacher. 

Ski Club 11, 12; Campus 12 



SUSAN C. SPENCER 

One of Sue's main interests is horse- 
back riding. She will certainly make a 
successful elementary school teacher 
with her love of children. 

Chorus 11, 12; F.T.A. 12 




ERLENE C. SPINNEY 

A potential secretary, Lee also enjoys 
sports, dancing, and making her own 
clothes . . . dislikes black leatherjack- 
ets and boys with hair longer than 
her own. 



Ski Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
Moss's Sec't.; Honors 11 



12; Mrs. 





HARRY F. SPRAGL'E 

Sonny, who's very interested in dra- 
matics, has been in every play from 
Mrs. McThing to Arsenic and Old 
Lace. He also enjoys writing poetrv. 
With this background he should do 
very well in any theatrical profession. 

Winter Track 10; Summer Track 10; 
Mrs. McThing; Brigadoon; Drama 
Festival 11; One Act Plays; Arsenic 
and Old Lace 




KATHLEEN L. SPRING 

Kathy is an outdoor girl who enjoys 
all water sports and skiing. Her future 
plans are undecided. 

F.N.A. 11; Pep Club 11; F.H.A. 12; 
Campus 12 



SANDRA A. STEEL 

Sandy, who doesn't like people who 
snap gum, works at Weymouth Twin 
Drive-In. A nursing career is in her 
future. 

Fashion Show 11 




SUSAN A. STENBERG 

Busy Sue lists among her many ac- 
tivities and interests service as Worthy 
Advisor in Rainbow and as an aid 
at South Shore Hospital. She enjoys 
sewing, sailing, and singing . . . an- 
ticipates a college major in languages 
or history. 

Fashion Show 10; Library Ass't. 10; 
Reflector H.R. Rep. 10, 11; Glee Club 
11; Chorus 10, 11, 12; Southeastern 
Mass. District Music Festival 




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DONALD P. STEPHENS 

Membership in Demolay and scuba 
diving are among Don's interests. His 
future plans include college. 

Mrs. McThing; Gymnastic Team 11, 
12; Arsenic and Old Lace; Ski Club 12; 
Jr. L T sher; High Honors 10; Honors 
11 



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KAREN A. STEVENS 

Karen plans to work for an insurance 
company in the future. She can be 
found attending Rainbow or sailing 
from Town River Yacht Club in her 
spare time . . . dislikes deceitful peo- 
ple. 



PAULA M. STEVENS 

Paula works part-time at Mammoth 
Mart and on Red Cross Bloodmobiles 
. . . enjoys sewing and cooking, likes 
Italian food. She plans to join the 
Army Nurse Corps after graduation 
from N.E. Baptist Hospital School of 
Nursing. 



Chorus 10; Library Ass'l. 
F.N. A. 11. 12 



11. 12; 




ALLEN G. STEWART, JR. 

"Gorgo" likes cars and pizza . . . 
hopes to go into architectural drawing, 
and join the National Guard. 





DIAN M. STEW ART 

Di works part-time after school . . . 
likes meeting people. In the future she 
plans to be a dental assistant . . . dis- 
likes people who aren't prompt. 

F.B.LA. 11, 12; Miss Flvnns Sec't. 12 




JEAN L STEWART 

Jean, a member of Rainbow, enjoys 
surfing and watching people in gen- 
eral . . . dislikes conceited people. 
Hopes to attend college and become 
a teacher, and then travel. 

F.N. A. 11; Pep Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 
12; Chorus 



JAMES H. STOCKBRIDCE 

Stocky, whose hobbies are fishing, 
working on P.J . 's car, and working on 
canteen trucks, enjoys baseball and 
football. He has good experience for 
his future career as a canteen opera- 
tor . . . dislikes grouchy teachers. 

H.R. Mesngr. 10. 11 




ELLEN M. STONE 

After attending Boston State. Ellen will 
enter the field of teaching. She also 
enjoys drawing, playing the guitar, 
and swimming . . . dislikes phony 
people. 

Spanish Club 10; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 12; F.T.A. 12; ReflectorU; 
Monitor 10 





KATHLEEN STONEHOUSE 

Now working at Olden 's, Kathy will 
one day attend college. She loves candy 
but hates getting up in the morning. 




CAROL A. STRIANO 

Carol, who loves having a good time, 
will one day become a professional 
dancer in New York . . . enjoys read- 
ing books but dislikes Monday morn- 
ings. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11; Pep 
Club 11; Monitor 10 



JOYCE L. STURGIS 

Joyce plans to become a dental as 
sistant in the future. She enjoys dancing 
and playing the piano . . . hates show 
offs, but likes people taller than herself 

Chorus 10, 11, Pres. 12; J.M.S.V.C 
10, 11, 12; Campus 10; Library Ass't 
10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; F.B.L.A 
11; Reflector Sales 11; Pep Club 11 
12; Tennis Team 11; Rngadooru Ex 
change Concert 11. 12; Folk Club 12 
F.N.A. 12; Powder Puff Game 




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CLIFFORD E. SULLIVAN 

Now working at First National, Cliff 
enjovs having a good time . . . plans 
to attend college. 

Student Council 10 





JOHN L. SULLIVAN 

Sully will either join the Navy or enter 
a junior college after graduation. He 
enjoys horseback riding, boats, and 
bowling . . . dislikes running to first 
period. 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; Indoor 
Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 10, 1 1, 
12; Chorus 10, 11, 12 




JOHN P. SULLIVAN 

Sully, a fan of Charlie "s pizza shop, 
enjoys playing the organ and piano 
in his band . . . plans to enter music 
composition. 

Pep Club 12; Talent Show 11 



MAUREEN R. SULLIVAN 

Mo. an active member of her C.Y.O., 
enjovs ice skating and bowling . . . 
dislikes two-faced people. 

Library Ass't. 11; F.B.L.A. 11 



MARK J. SULLIVAN 

After college Mark hopes to go into 
government work . . . enjoys sports 
and girl watching. 

Key Club 12; Baseball 10, 11. 12; 
Hockey 10, 11, 12 





MICHAEL T. SULLIVAN 

After graduation Sully plans to enlist 
in the Navy. He shoots a good game 
of pool and enjoys water-skiing and 
dancing. 




PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN 

One of our future nurses, Pat will at- 
tend Mass. General Hospital School 
of Nursing after graduation. She likes 
people who are big enough and ma- 
ture enough to stand up for what they 
believe . . . drawing, reading, and 
sewing occupy her spare moments. 

Chorus 11, 12; Chorale 12; Rrigadoon; 
Talent Show 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
F.N.A. 11, Pres. 12; Sr. Nom. Comm.; 
Pep Club 12; Honors 10, 11 



ROBERTA. SVIZZERO 

Athletic "Fizz" enjoys weightlifting. 
swimming, and wrestling. Another one 
of his favorites is driving new cars. 

Football 10, 11; Wrestling 10, 11, 12 




JANIS M. SZYMANSKI 

Janis, hoping to become a physical 
education teacher, plans to attend 
Northeastern. She enjoys happy, 
friendly people with green eyes . . . 
also twirling as a W.H.S. majorette. 

H.R. Rep. 10; Pep Club 11; F.T.A. 11, 
12; Majorette 12; Powder Puff Game 
12 





ALBERTINE C. TAGLIERI 

Alby, who enjoys all sports, spends 
much of her spare time as a C.Y.O. 
cheerleader. She hopes to become a 
physical education teacher . . . loves 
Italian food. 

Intramurals 10; Librarv Asst't. 10; 
F.T.A. 11; Pep Club li; Paperback 
Book Store 11 



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MARGARET F. TAXTILLO 

Peggy plans to attend business school 
and then become a secretary ... en- 
joys horseback riding, bowling, and 
dancing, especially with people who 
like to have a good time. 





DANA C. TAYLOR 

After graduation Dana hopes to be- 
come a carpenter. He enjoys sailing, 
fishing, and girl watching . . . also 
likes square dancing in his spare time. 



ERNST E. TENGBERG 

Ernie, who hates teachers that pile on 
homework, would like to go into the 
Coast Guard and then on to schooling. 
He especially enjoys dancing at the 
Surf and playing football. 

Drama Club 10, 11, 12; Band 10, 11; 
Outdoor Club 12 



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WILLIAM J. TARB 

Billy is an active member of hisC.Y.O. 
baseball and basketball teams ... en- 
joys dancing and having a good time. 



JEANNIE TEETER 

Jeannie will complete her senior year 
in England where her family will be 
stationed. She plans to attend drama 
school after graduation. She enjoys the 
Surf, dancing, and sewing. 




PAULC. THAYER, JR. 

Paul hopes to return next year to 
W.H.S. as a post-graduate and then 
go on to be a contractor. Paul's a 
"woman driver hater" who can be 
found working at Capital Market. 




JOSEPH M. THOMAS 

Jose plans on a career as a Spanish 
teacher. When not working at Curtis 
Farms, he enjoys boating and skiing. 

Honors 10, 11 



CATHERINE L. THOMPSON 

As a future legal or medical secretary, 
Cathy enjoys waterskiing, bowling, 
horseback riding, and football games 
. . . also works part-time at G.E.M. 

Fashion Show 10; Chorus 10;F.B.L.A. 
12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 100; Miss 
Flaherty's Sec't. 




DENNIS M. THOMPSON 

Dennis, whose future lies in data proc- 
essing, likes to keep active in C.Y.O., 
water sports, bowling, and horseback 
riding . . . dislikes snobbish people. 

Student Council 10 





ROBERT M. THOMSON 

Bob is a motorcycle fan all the way. 
He likes motorcycle scrambles and 
just plain motorcycle riding. 



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LAUREL THORNE 

An active M.Y.F. member, Laurel en- 
joys working at OEM, horseback rid- 
ing, sewing, and guitars. 

Chorus 10, 11; Glee Club 11; Pep 
Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11, i2 



LINDA THORNE 

Linda would like to go to Mansfield 
Beauty Academy after graduation. She 
likes a good sense of humor. Rainbow. 
M.V.F., and her job at GEM, 

Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11; Glee Club 
10, 11; Fashion Show 11 



DEBORAH A. TIRRELL 

Known for her distinctive artwork, 
Debbie plans to further her education 
and enter the field of teaching or art. 
She has a part-time job and enjovs 
sewing. 

F.T.A. 11; Ski Club; Campus; Riding 
Club 10; Honors 10, 11 





RICHARD P. TOLLO 

Rich plans a career in scientific re- 
search. His hobbies include astrono- 
my, meteorology, sports, and record 
collecting. 

Football Team 10, 12; Chess Club 10, 
11, 12; Student Council 10; Monitor 
10; Honors 10, 11; Tutor 11, 12; 
Lab. Ass't. 12 




KENNETH P. TONER 

Ken plans to attend college and major 
in electrical and electronic engineering. 
He enjoys playing most sports and 
building and repairing electronic equip- 
ment and appliances. 

Gym Team 10; Honors 10, 11 



) AM ESC. TORMEY 

"Termite", who hopes to become a 
barber, is a C.Y.O. member . . . en- 
joys skiing, swimming, drums, all 
sports, and camping. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12 




DIANE E. TOURIGNY 

Di plans to attend an art school and 
major in illustrating. She spends much 
of her spare time working as a sales 
girl at FAY. Woolworths . . . enjoys 
horseback riding, sketching, and oil 
painting . . . she is partial to boys 
with red hair. 

F.N.A. 10; Riding Club 10 





PATRICIA A. TOWLE 

Pat plans a career as a legal secretary. 
Her interests include trying to surf, 
water skiing, skin diving, beach comb- 
ing, and happy and considerate people. 

Drama Club 10; Glee Club 10, 11; 
Chorus 10, 11; Cheerleader 11 




CLARE M. TRAYERS 

Clare, a skating and bowling enthu- 
siast, plans to go into training as a 
practical nurse. She hates getting up 
early after going to bed late. 

Library Ass't. 10, 11; F.H.A. 11; Mrs. 
Diment's Sec't. 12; Shorthand Cert. 
60, 80, 100 



KATHLEEN E. TRIBOU 

Kathy 's ambition is to attend college 
and become an elementary school 
teacher. She enjoys sewing, water ski- 
ing, swimming, playing the piano, and 
people with a good sense of humor. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; F.T.A. 11, 12; 
Ski Club 12; Campus 12; Powder Puff 
Game 




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ROBERT E. TL'FFY 

Bob's special interest lies in the sport 
of football. He will be a sure success 
as an accountant. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Monitor 12; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 





SUSAN M. TWOMBLEY 

A talented gymnast, Twom loves foot- 
ball games, but hates school lunches 
and boys who wear white socks. With 
her sweet smile and lively personality, 
she will be a welcome addition to the 
nursing profession. 

Gymnastic Team 10, 11, 12; Cheer- 
leader 11; Monitor 12; Pep Club, 
Sec't.-Treas. 12; Honors 10; Arsenic 
and Old Lace 




NOREEN T. TWOMEY 

Tookev's philosophy is "let life take 
its course" . . . hopes to enter ajunior 
college in the fall, and perhaps travel 
to Europe. People who think they're 
too good for everyone else displease 
her. Her leisure hours are occupied by 
a job at Zavre's, sailing, plaving the 
organ, and sewing. 

Fashion Show 10; Rrigadoon Usher- 
ette; Pep Club 11, 12; F.H.A. 11, Pres. 
12 



MARSHA J. VALENTONIS 

Marsha plans to become either an 
executive secretary or a model. She 
enjovs sewing, dancing, and swim- 
ming, and also likes to attend football 
and basketball games. She plans to 
travel after graduation. 

Chorus 11; Glee Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11; 
Pep Club 11, 12; Fashion Show 10, 11 




CHRISTIXE M. VAN DE BRINK 

Bright and cheerful, Chris enjoys sew- 
ing, dancing, and bowling. Her future 
plan is to become an executive secre- 
tary . . . likes happy people. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 





DANIEL J. YAUGHAN, JR. 

Dan will attend Wentworth to become 
a draftsman . . . enjoys ice skating, 
bowling, football, and playing the gui- 
tar . . . likes shy girls. 




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DONNA L. YAUTRINOT 

Donna, friendly and full of fun, hopes 
to become an interior decorator. Danc- 
ing, music, and sewing interest her, 
and she works part-time in a nursing 
home . . . enjoys a good time, but 
hates homework. 

Spanish Club 10; Campus 10; Pep 
Club 11; Jr. Party Comm.; Ski Club 
11, 12; Cap and Gown Comm. 



DANA R. YICKERY 

Music, sports, cars, and a part-time 
job occupy most of Yic's free hours 
. . . likes girls with very long hair, 
but not those who are conceited . . . 
aspires to go on to college and work 
with computers. 

Band 10, 11, 12 




JOANNE M. VILLANOVA 

Petite and friendly, Jo is undecided 
about her future. She loves sports, 
dancing, and going to the Surf, but 
detests English Composition class . . . 
an active member of C.Y.O. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 10, 11; 
F.T.A. 11 





RUTH ANN YILLARI 

Red hopes to become a secretary . . . 
likes boys, bowling, traveling, and 
collecting stuffed animals. She is an 
active member of her C.Y.O. 

Mr. VanXeste's Sec't. 



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JANICE M. VIOLETTE 

] an works at Mister Donut and enjoys 
listening to records in her spare time. 
She likes people with a good sense ol 
humor and hopes to further her educa- 
tion. 

Reflector Rep. 11 



JOYCE M. VIOLETTE 

A future secretary, Joyceenjoysdances, 
horseback riding, and most sports. 
She spends much of her spare time 
working as a volunteer at Quincy City 
Hospital. 




BERNADETTE E. WADLAND 

An active member of her C.Y.O., Bon- 
nie has a part-time job in a depart- 
ment store . . . enjoys sewing, read- 
ing, skating, and especially talking. 
After attending college she hopes to 
become a teacher. 

Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Dramatics 10; 
F.H.A. 11; F.T.A. 12; Campus 11, 12; 
Sr. l'rom Comm. 





FREDERICK R. WAKEHAM 

Fred likes to have a good time and 
does so playing football, baseball, and 
hockey. He plans to enter the service 
after graduation. His pet peeve is not 
having enough time to eat lunch. 




ROBERT H. WALKER 

Bob likes playing pool, football, and 
bowling. After graduation he hopes to 
become a sheet metal mechanic. 



BARBARA A. WALLACE 

A potential secretarv, Barbara enjoys 
many outdoor sports, such as horse- 
back riding and skiing . . . dislikes 
conceited people. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Ski Club 12; Shorthand Cert. 60 




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KAREN P. WALSH 

Karen, who works as a model, plans 
to be an airline stewardess after gradu- 
ation. She enjoys dancing at the Surf, 
horseback riding, and pistachio nuts. 

Riding Club 10; Pep Club 11 





RICHARD R. WALSH 

Rich plans to enter college and major 
in the field of teaching. When not 
working part-time at Supreme Market, 
he enjoys golf and baseball. His pet 
peeve is Monday morning. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Key Club 11, 
Secretary 12; F.T.A. 12; Spanish Club; 
Student Council 10; Monitor 10; In- 
tramurals 10 




ROBERT W. WALSH, JR. 

Bob enjoys hockey, football, and listen- 
ing to records. He hopes to become a 
teacher after attending college. 

Intramurals 10; Honors 10 



ROBERT A. WARD 

Bob enjoys a variety of things, es- 
pecially hunting, boating, and skin- 
diving . . . also enjoys working with 
guns and cars. He plans to attend 
college. 

Intramurals 10; Conservation Club 12 




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THOMAS A. WATSON 

Talkative girls annov Tom, but he 
does enjoy oil painting and traveling. 
His future plans include majoring in 
Spanish in college. 

Spanish Club 10; Monitor 10; Dra- 
matic Club 10; One Act Plays 10 





NANCY S. WAUCH 

Among her varied interests, Nancy 
enjoys playing the piano, collecting 
coins, bowling, and playing tennis. 
In the future she plans to become a 
secretary. She dislikes boys with long 
hair. 

Honors 1 1 




LEROV F. WEBB 

Leroy enjoys working on motors and 
cars. In his spare time he works as a 
chef in a restaurant ... his future is 
undecided. 



CAROL A. WEBBER 

Carol likes to have fun and be with 
happy people. She participates in the 
Braintree Drum and Bugle Corps . . . 
plans to become a stenographer or an 
executive secretary. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Reflector U.K. Rep. 
12; Miss Toomey's Sec't. 12; Short- 
hand Cert. 80; Honors 10, ll;Grad. 
Dance Comm. 




BARBARA A. WEEKS 

Barbara enjoys swimming and sewing, 
and always attends school football 
and basketball games . . . plans to 
work with retarded children. 

F.H.A. 11, 12; F.N. A. 11, 12; Pep 
Club 12; Sr. Nom. Comm. 





NORMAN E. WEEKS 

Norm plans a career in mathematics 
. . . enjoys playing the guitar and tink- 
ering with electronic equipment in his 
spare time . . . likes banana splits and 
entertaining. 

Cross Country 10, 11, Co-Capt. 12; 
Indoor Track 10, 11, 12; Outdoor 
Track 10, 11, 12; A.V. 10, 11, 12; 
Folk Song Society 11, 12; Sr. Nom. 
Comm.; Talent Show 10, 11 




DOROTHY J. WHEELER 

Dottie's future plan is to become a 
secretary for an airline. She loves to 
dance at the Surf and also enjoys 
sewing and singing . . . teaches first 
grade Sunday school. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



THEODORE G. WHEELER 

Teddy loves to play the drums and en- 
joys participating in C.Y.O. basketball 
and hockey. He would like to further 
his education and enter the business 
field. 

Band 10, 11, 12; Chess Club 10; Dra- 
matic Club 10; Intramurals 10 




JOHN C. WHITE 

A lover of the sea, John enjoys water 
skiing and boating. Among his many 
other talents, he also plays guitar and 
sax. After college he will join the Navy. 



Conservation Club 11, 
Old lM.ce 



12; Arsenic and 





KAREN L. WHITE 

Karen enjoys skiing and dancing . . . 
she plans to go into the service after 
graduation, and likes boys with big 
smiles. 



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PHILIP A. WHITE 

Phil has college plans in his future and 
enjoys hiking, basketball, and soccer 
. . . dislikes pens that run out of ink. 

Spring Track 10, 11, 12; Intramurals 
10; Gymnastics 12; Conservation Club 
12 



EDWARD P. WIGGINS 

Wiggie, who is uncertain about his 
future right now, likes playing pool, 
swimming, tennis and bowling. He is 
also a penny collector. 



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STEPHEN WILCOX 

Willy, who yearns to see more and 
better places, enjoys collecting L.P.'s 
and playing soccer on hisC.V.O.team. 
He is sure to be a success with his 
bright smile and sense of humor. 

Intramurals 10; Chess Club 12; Honor 
Roll 10 





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BONNIE J. WILL 

In the future Bonnie plans to attend 
a business school and become a 
secretary. She appreciates a good sense 
of humor, and likes all kinds of people 
and sports. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; Student Coun- 
cil 10; Cap and Gown Comm.; Honors 
10, 11 




ROBERT WILLIAMS 

"Roto" is interested in racing cars. 
He plans to make a career in photo- 
graphy. 



ALAN D. WILSON 

Skip, who likes pistachio nuts, enjoys 
playing soccer and rugby. He will 
attend college after graduation and 
be a sure success as a math teacher 
. . . prefers girls with long dark hair. 

Campus 11, Ass't. Ed. 12; Student 
Council 12; Football Equip. Mgr. 12; 
Soph. Party Comm.; Sr. Prom. Comm.; 
Arsenic and Old Ijice L'sher 




ALAN R. WILSON 

Al is an avid participant in soccer, 
rugby, and sleeping. His likes include 
tangents and the beach . . . affection 
is his favorite quality. 

Monitor 10; Cross Country 11; Sr 
Nom. Comm.; High Honors 10, 11; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 





KENNETH D. WILSON 

Ken plans to attend college after grad- 
uation. He enjoys many water sports, 
especially swimming and skiing, and 
also likes to attend and participate in 
any sports events. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10, 
11, 12; Baseball 11, 12; Monitor 10, 
11; Student Council 11, 12; Honors 10 




LORRAINE I. WILSON 

A lover of hot fudge sundaes, Lorri 
also likes horseback riding, bowling, 
and skiing. She plans to become an 
airline stewardess. 



NORMA E. WILSON 

Undecided about the future, Norma 
works part-time at Gem. She is active 
in Rainbow and enjoys skiing. 

Chorus 10; Spectrum 10; Pep Club 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11 




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EDWARD W. WISNESKI 

Basketball and more basketball fill 
Ed's life. Yet he also enjovs many 
other sports. After graduation he plans 
to attend college. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; BasketballlO.il, 
12; Cross Country 11; Sr. Xom. 
Comm.; Student Council 12; Jr. Usher. 





DONNA M. WOELFEL 

Planning a secretarial career, Donna 
enjoys sewing and cooking as well 
as skating and swimming . . . also 
works part-time at King's. 

Fashion Show 10; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Library Ass't. 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12; Shorthand Cert. 60, 80, 100; 
Honors 10; Campus Sec't. 12 




RONALD P. WOOD 

Hockey, golf, and his part-time job 
at Star Market occupy Woody 's spare 
moments. Although he is uncertain 
as to his future, he hopes to attend 
college after graduation. 

Hockey 10, 12; Intramurals 10 



STEPHEN P. WOOD 

After his Coast Guard training is com- 
pleted. Woody plans to enter the field 
of carpentry and later become an ar- 
chitect. He likes swimming, sailing, 
and skating . . . loves dogs. 

Cap and Gown Comm.; A.V. 10 




JEAN M. WOOTEX 

Quiet and helpful, Jean plans to major 
in physical therapy in college. Along 
with her part-time job at Tufts Library, 
she enjovs sewing, reading, and swim- 
ming. 

F.H.A. 11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; Pep 
Club 12; H.R. Treas. 12; Honors 10, 
11 





MAUREEN A. WORKMAN 

Hardworking and sincere, Maureen 
enjoys playing the accordion, cooking, 
and sewing. An active member of 
C.Y.O., she will be a sure success as a 
teacher. 

Pep Club 12; Riding Club 12; FT. A. 
12 




WENDY L. WRIGHT 

All Wendy hopes for in the future is a 
good marriage and a happy home. 
Among her many interests are knitting, 
sewing, skiing and hiking. 



CANDACE A. YOUNG 

Candy plans her career in the field of 
nursing. She enjoys most sports, es- 
pecially skiing and swimming . . . 
likes a good time. 

Ski Club 12; Pep Club 12; Arsenic and 
Old Lace; Chorus 10; Honors 10 




LAWRENCE A. YOUNG 

Engineering or electronics lay ahead 
for Larry. He plays golf and soccer 
along with holding a part-time job. 
He also enjoys playing the drums. 



Intramurals 10; Band 10, 
Talent Show 11 



11, 12; 





ROBERT R. YUTZ 

Bob, an avid basketball player for his 
church, plans to enter the field of wild- 
life management after graduation. His 
hobby is "girl watching" and he is 
very fond of blondes. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Spanish Club 10; 
Intramurals 10; Grad. Dance Comm. 



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JOSEPH D. ZAKS 

Joe is a very friendly boy who likes 
races, sports, and dances. He plans 
to join the Air Force after graduation. 
He dislikes people that stereo type 
teenagers as long-haired dope addicts. 

A.V. 10; Campus 10; Student Council 
10; Science Club 10 



PAMELA A. ZEOLI 

Pam, who hates to be tied down, will 
leave Mass. after graduation to find 
work in another state. She likes to 
collect things . . . hates phonies. 




F.B.L.A. 11 




CARY K. Zl'MRAHLEN 

After graduation Zum plans to major 
in business administration at a junior 
college. He is active in C.Y.O. and 
participates in basketball. He approves 
of blondes, and doesn't care for home- 
work. 

Intramurals 10 



LATE ARRIVALS 



JOHN S. HART 

John returned to Weymouth to pursue 
his preparation for a business career. 

D.E.C.A. 12 





MARK J. FITZGERALD 

After a sojurn in Alabama, Mark has 
rejoined his Weymouth High School 
class ... he plans to go on to college. 



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Dew Evaporates and All Our World is Dew. . . 
So Dear, So Fresh, So Fleeting. 




IN MEMORIAM 



We regret the loss of Edwin C. 
Young, a dedicated teacher at the Voca- 
tional Technical High School. 



Edwin C. Young 




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Linda L. Aiello 



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With a rap of the gavel. President Steve Douglas opens 
the weekly meetings. 



KEY CLUB 



The purpose of the Weymouth High 
Key Club is to instill qualities of leader- 
ship in each member and to better pre- 
pare him to accept the responsibilities 
of society. 

The faculty advisor, Mr. Daly, and 
the officers work with Mr. Warren, the 
spokesman between the Key Club and 
its sponsor, the Weymouth Kiwanis 
Club. 

Key Club members donated food 
for Thanksgiving baskets which were 
given to needy families in the town; 
and in school service, they distributed 
programs at the football games and 
ran the Book Fair in conjunction with 
the Debate Club. The proceeds from 
the Book Fair and other money-raising 
projects are combined to present a col- 
lege scholarship to a deserving senior. 




Patriotism to school, community, and country is reflected in the salute to the 
flag at the beginning of each meeting. 



Willingness to learn to become better school citizens is reflected in the attentive 
faces of Key Club members. 




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STUDENT COUNCIL 



The Student Council is an elected 
organization which serves as a link be- 
tween faculty and student body. Elec- 
tions are held each spring to determine 
membership for the following academic 
year. Representatives must maintain 
good academic averages to remain mem- 
bers. The officers, under the guidance 
of Miss Martinez and Mr. Brizzi, are 
Joseph Corbo, Leslie McKinnon, Paula 
Pilato, John O'Brien, and Kenneth 
Wilson. 

The council promoted many enter- 
taining and beneficial activities this year. 
Over six hundred students attended 
"The Look In", the fall dance. Thanks- 
giving baskets were collected and given 
to welfare agencies for distribution to 
less fortunate Weymouth families; and 
during the Christmas season the Clobe 
Santa arrived, beard, elves, and all, 
and the students contributed generously 
for a worthy cause. Proceeds from the 
fall dance and the talent show, also 
sponsored by the council, are included 
in the two Student Council scholarships 
given to graduating seniors. 




Vice-President Leslie McKinnon reviews the problems at hand with the 
council members. 





Mr. Brizzi and Miss Martinez supervise the 
weekly meeting. 



Officers of the student council prepare for the next meeting with Miss Martinez. 



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J.M.S.V.C. 



Under the direction of Mrs. Ma- 
graw, Robert Bentley, Chairman; David 
Killory, Junior Chairman; and Joan 
Robbins, Secretary; the Junior Moral 
and Spiritual Values Committee works 
to achieve the goal of its motto, "In 
Giving We Grow," by rendering service 
to the less fortunate children and adults 
in the area. 

The Committee for the Blind, headed 
by Kathleen Daley, holds get-togethers 
with area blind children and students at 
the Perkins School for the Blind. Ac- 
tivities at these meetings usually include 
dancing, singing, and talent shows. 
Once a year the committee takes the 
children rollerskating and bowling. 

Another group of students, led by 
Michael Shanahan, works with the 
handicapped. They unselfishly devote 
some of their weekend time to visit the 




Kathv Daley acts as a guide for Joan Hyland at the reception for guests during 
International Brotherhood Week. 




Paul Dever State School to help feed 
and entertain the patients there. 

The Hospital Committee, under co- 
chairmen Mary Moss and Patricia Duf- 
fy, does volunteer work in nursing 
homes, makes decorations and favors, 
and collects clothing to send to patients 
at various state schools and hospitals. 
They also help pattern cerebral palsy 
patients in Weymouth. 

The J.M.S.V.C. also sponsored In- 
ternational Brotherhood Week and the 
Brotherhood assemblies, which featured 
foreign students and performances by 
some of the blind children in the pro- 
gram, Ed Clute, Chris Devin, and Joan 
Hyland. 



Members of the Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee work together to 
render service to their fellow citizens. 



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Mrs. Magraw poses with guests from Mexico, Japan, Germany, India, and Argentina during Brotherhood Week. 



Ed Clute, a student at the New England Conservatory of 
Music, receives applause after his piano solo. 




Dave Killory, Junior Chairman; Mrs. Magraw, advisor; Bob Bendey. 
Chairman; and Joan Robbins, Secretary, discuss our teenage code. 




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F.T.A. 



The Future Teachers of America is 
devoted to enabling students interested 
in the teaching profession to discover 
the merits of a career as an elementary 
or secondary school teacher. Under the 
capable guidance of Miss Pearson and 
the club's officers, Ronald Johnson, 
President; Shelagh Gray, Vice-President; 
Claire Donahoe, Secretary; and Susan 
Ilanian, Treasurer; the members attend 




monthly meetings which offer guest 
speakers in the field of education. 
Another valuable feature of the club 
is student observation of elementary 
and junior high school classes during 
the school day. This allows members 
to see elementary educational methods 
from a professional point of view and 
to understand the more specialized teach- 
ing at the junior high level. 

Officers confer with the advisor about a future meeting: 
Claire Donahoe, Ron Johnson, Miss Pearson, and Sue 
ilanian. 



F.T.A. members listen as a guest speaker lectures on the 
topic of first grade adjustments. 




President Ron Johnson conducts a business meeting. 




Mr. Warren lectures about music education to an attentive 
audience. 




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F.N. A. 



It is always difficult to choose a 
profession without knowing what it in- 
volves. Under the direction of Mrs. 
Hoyle, the school nurse, and the of- 
ficers, Patricia Sullivan, Barbara Mul- 
len, Elaine Akunevich, and Susan Mur- 
phy, the Future Nurses of America tries 
to give girls interested in any field of 
medicine an inside look into the world 
of nursing and its related professions. 
At the Red Cross Bloodmobiles held 
four times a year, the members offer 
their services, aiding in taking tempera- 
tures, working at the registration desk, 
and attending donors in the blood room. 
The informative monthly meetings fea- 
ture guest speakers whose topics range 
from the many nursing careers to the 
effects of smoking. 



Mrs. Hoyle points out details of a case. 





President Pat Sullivan broadens her knowledge in the field of nursing. 



Members practice first aid on each other. 





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F.H.A. 



The goal of every member of the 
Future Homemakers of America Club 
is to strive "Toward New Horizons" 
by development of character at home 
and in community life. Led by advisor 
Mrs. Swain, members enjoyed many re- 
warding activities this year. Outings 
included a cook-out at Blue Hills and 
a trip to the state convention of Future 
Homemakers of America held in Bourne. 
An important project of the club was 
helping the less fortunate children at the 
Wrentham State Hospital have a hap- 
pier Easter. At meetings, activities range 
from guest speakers and discussion 
groups to holiday parties. This year's 
officers are Noreen Twomey, Sharon 
Provost, Lorraine Lermond, Linda Don- 
way, Jean Wooten, Leanne Giampetro, 
Karen Mortenson, and Jane Threlfall. 




Members of F.H.A. watch as a fellow member presents a demonstra- 
tion of beauty care. 





Miss Curran reviews the agenda with the officers of F.B.L.A. 




F.B.L.A. 



Under the supervision of Miss Cur- 
ran, the Future Business Leaders of 
America tries to acquaint its members 
with the complex business world. 
F.B.L.A. meetings usually feature guest 
speakers who represent varied profes- 
sions in the business field. The speakers, 
who may be stewardesses, executive 
secretaries, or insurance agents, inform 
the club members about their profes- 
sions and business ethics, and also share 
their valuable experiences. The F.B.L.A. 
serves its members by providing knowl- 
edge and experience which cannot be 
obtained in the classroom. Officers are 
Sandra Dzengelewski, Rosemary Adam, 
Kathleen Elliot, Linda Healy, and Karen 
McGurr. 



Kathy Elliott hands out membership cards to 
the members of the club. 



Our future lies in their hands! 





MATH CLUB 



Weymouth High School's five-mem- 
ber Math Team is a subdivision of the 
Math Club. Members of the club serve 
as alternates for the team which com- 
petes four times a year in the Greater 
Boston Mathematics League. This 
year's team was a novice team as none 
of its members had ever participated in 
such an activity before. However, under 
the supervision of the coaches, Mrs. 
Clayton and Mr. Duseau, and with 
experience gained from the first meet 
with Braintree High School, the team 
improved until it placed third at Thayer 
Academy in a field of six teams. The 
team gained support from the club mem- 
bers and coaches, who helped them 
improve the mathematical skills needed 
for competition. The members of the 
varsity team were seniors Toby Lyons 
and Kevin Beggs, juniors Paul Watson 
and Peter Gordon, and sophomore 
Kathy Owens. 



Alan W ilson and Duncan Allen tackle a tough problem. 



Mr. Duseau watches as Toby Lyons and Kevin Beggs attack their problems. 





OUTDOORS 
CLUB 



Under the advisors Mr. Mekeel and 
Mr. Kelly and officers Pat Brennan, 
Stephen Cashman, Thomas Abbott and 
Joseph Collett, the members of the Out- 
doors Club have the opportunity to 
enjoy outdoor activities such as sports 
events or camping trips. The weekend 
or vacation week trips are frequently 
taken in trailers where the boys can 
experience the rugged life. 



Conservation-minded members of the outdoor club seek to preserve our forests. 



CHESS CLUB 



Chess is the sport of kings, and 
the Chess Club members find the game 
stimulating intellectual entertainment. 
Under advisor Mr. Lofgren and officers 
Richard Robinson and Clifford Cowles, 
members improve and perfect their skills 
in strategy and judgment. A chess team 
composed of club members represented 
Weymouth in the South Shore Inter- 
scholastic Chess League. 




Mr. Lofgren points out disaster to one of the members of the Chess Club. 



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BobGohl, Bob Mulligan, Tim Malnati, Glen Gillis, Bill Rand, Bill Sargent 
and Jim Purbusfa discuss the parts of a movie projector. 




The members of WHS-TV work diligently to present the students each week 
with a program of school news and current events. 



WHS-TV 



WHS-TV, run by the Political Af- 
fairs Club, gives students interested in 
all aspects of television production the 
opportunity to experience live broad- 
casting. The newscasters, sportscasters, 
interviewers, and technical crew, under 
the guidance of Miss Marinos, Mr. 
Sedman, and Mr. Rudolph, present a 
weekly news program featuring impor- 
tant news and sports events. Special 
programs included interviews with for- 
eign students and sports' coaches, a 
special Christmas show, and a program 
devoted to political satire. 



A.V. CLUB 



Under the skilled leadership of Mr. 
Rudolph and Mr. Sedman, the audio- 
visual assistants meet during free periods 
and after school in the I.M.C. The goal 
of the club is to provide the school with 
superior technical assistance while learn- 
ing about all phases of the audio-visual 
field. The members operate sound, slide, 
opaque, and overhead projectors, tape 
recorders, duplicators, and television 
cameras; and maintain a workshop for 
the repair of all visual aids equipment. 
They also aid WHS-TV and Drama 
Club productions. 




Bill Rand operates a camera during the weekly news 
telecast. 



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Daniel Gentile, Mr. Brizzi, and Mr. Masters entertain the club with a song 
about George Wallace. 

Political Affairs Club members discuss the legal backgrounds of U.S. foreign 
policy. 





President Robert Neumeier points out trouble spots in Asia 
to Secretary Lee Fay. 

POLITICAL 
AFFAIRS 

The Political Affairs Club is a new- 
club formed by students interested in 
politics and current events. The club is 
unique in its operation in that the mem- 
bers participate actively in group dis- 
cussions and the teachers are partici- 
pants as well as advisors. President 
Robert Neumeier and Miss Marinos, 
Mr. Brizzi, Mr. Masters, and Mr. Mee- 
han stimulate discussion and keep meet- 
ings informative. Regular activities of 
the club include the WHS-TY programs 
and weekly meetings featuring guest 
speakers and discussions. Members also 
produced the special TY program of 
political satire, and took a four-day 
trip to Washington, D.C. during the 
April vacation. 



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CHORUS 



Under the direction of Mr. Richard 
Burns, the Weymouth Chorus members 
are given the opportunity to perfect 
their skills in singing and in reading 
music. Meeting five times a week, the 
Chorus has time to develop and then 
improve their selections for upcoming 
concerts. Beyond this activity, individ- 
ual students have the chance to par- 
ticipate in District Festival, All-State, 
and New England Concerts. 

A versatile chorus, they study all 
the works from Bach to modern show 
tunes. Their performances have in- 
cluded the Christmas Concert, appear- 
ances at Old South Union Church and 
Boston University, and the Spring Con- 
cert. As our Chorus performs, they not 
only enrich their own lives, but they 
also make brighter and more pleasant 
the lives of their audience. 





Members of chorus lift their voices in song. 



Mr. Burns artfully leads the choir through a difficult selection. 





Determination and hard work triumph during a good concert. 




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FOLK 
MUSIC 

SOCIETY 



Edith Beatty presents a humorous folk ballad at the weekly meeting. 



This year the students of Weymouth 
High had the opportunity to enjoy ethnic 
and topical folk music in the newly- 
formed Folk Music Society. Advisor 
Mr. Burgess and President Karen Mc- 
Cann supervise the weekly meetings 
which feature individual and group pre- 
sentations of songs which are drawn 
from all phases of the evolution of folk 
music from early European ballads to 
modern folk rock. 

Meetings are sometimes devoted to 
the listening of records of current folk 
artists such as Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, 
and Joan Baez. Besides learning new 
songs and becoming acquainted with 
the wide variety of folk music, the mem- 
bers who play folk instruments have 
the opportunity to learn new techniques 
and to perfect their skills. The Society's 
activities also included the Christmas 
show on WHS-TV. 




The W eymouth High School not only plays for numerous concerts, but also provides half-time entertainment at the football games. 



MAJORETTES 



BAND 



The Weymouth High School Band, 
under the direction of Mr. Warren, ful- 
filled its large schedule of activities again 
this year. Regular activities of the band 
included the football games, the Veter- 
ans' Day and Memorial Day parades, 
and the Spring Concert. The concert 
band also performed at the Norfolk 
County Teachers' Association Conven- 
tion and at a special concert with Myron 
Floren. 

The band meets every day to pre- 
pare for football games, parades and 
concerts. They rehearse music ranging 
from Bach and Mozart to show tunes 
and modern jazz. Members benefit by 
learning about music theory while im- 
proving technique on their instrument. 
Certain qualified band members, chosen 
through audition, participate in the Dis- 
trict, All-State, and New England concert 
festivals. 




The majorettes add a spark of color and zest to our marching band. 

The Weymouth High majorettes are 
an eye-catching addition to the band for 
the football season and the Veterans' 
and Memorial Day parades. Under 
the supervision of Jane Richardson and 
co-head Michele MacKay, majorettes 
Patricia Mclnnis, Denise O'Shaughnes- 
sy, and Janis Szymanski practice rou- 
tines for the football half-time shows 
and they aid the band by leading the 
marching and maneuvering on the foot- 
ball field. 



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ORCHESTRA 



The Weymouth High School Or- 
chestra, under the able direction of Mr. 
Burke, benefits promising young mu- 
sicians in many ways. They have the 
opportunity to play with other students 
and to improve their skills on their own 
specific instruments. Among their many 
appearances were the Christmas and 
Spring Concerts. Selected members were 
also given the chance to perform in the 
District and All-State Festivals. 




Through years of practice, the members of the bass section have perfected their skills 
on their instruments. 



Members of the Weymouth High Orchestra perform in numerous concerts under the direction of Mr. Burke. 




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The make-up committee works diligently with the members of the cast. 




The Brewsters take time out to pose for a family portrait. 



SENIOR 
CLASS PLAY 

This year's senior class presented 
Arsenic and Old Lace as its class play. 
The large cast provoked laughter and 
merriment as they deftly executed the 
story of two old ladies competing with 
their nephew for the amount of murders 
they could commit. The production 
moved smoothly with the aid of the 
backstage crew, the special committees, 
and the faculty advisors. 




No, Mr. McCarthy is not Teddy Roosevelt! 




The Brewsters toast Mr. Spenalzo. 



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THURBER 
CARNIVAL 



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The Theater Arts Club proudly presents Thurber Carnival. 




"What do you mean, Mr. Preble, you don't 
know vour lines?" 



"If Grant had been drinking at Ap- 
pomattox ..." 



Sonny Sprague gives advice on the proper care of animals as his secretary. Mary 
Barnhart, reads various problems. 




In February the Theater Arts Club 
presented A Thurber Carnival. Juniors 
and seniors combined their talents to 
present a series of skits written byjames 
Thurber that satirize both events in 
history and the foibles of common peo- 
ple. It was a refreshingly different form 
of comedy; not a musical, bazaar, or 
play. Some principal parts were taken 
by Mark Olson, Dianne Connolly, 
Wendy Ross, Duncan Allen, Kathy O'- 
Brien, and Tom Young. 



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TALENT SHOW 



"I can see it all now," said Ed, a 
twinkle of revenge in his eyes, "The 
Goodnight Show starring Ed Shazam." 
The audience was shocked. Did Ed 
Shazam conquer the great Johnny Par- 
son and take over the Goodnight Show? 
What happened to Johnny? These ques- 
tions and many more were answered 
as Weymouth High presented its annual 
Talent Show, directed by Mr. Brizziand 
Mr. Masters. As Johnny Carson would 
say, it was "OK." 



To go or not to go, that is the question. 





A part of the cast of the talent show. 



Mr. Brizzi directs Bob Gumpright, as Ed Shazam, and Tom Young, as Johnny Parson, hosts of the Goodnight 
Talent Show. 



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Assistant Editor Diane Maynard and Editor Maureen Meskimen glance 
over a recent issue with Miss Andem. 



REFLECTOR 



More than a school newspaper, the 
Re/lector is a literary magazine which 
has earned awards from the Boston 
Globe and the Columbia Scholastic Press 
Association. It draws its original arti- 
cles, poetry and creative prose, from 
the student body, and concerns itself 
with the topical issues such as the Hippy 
movement, the theme of the fall Reflector. 
Under the able and experienced guid- 
ance of Miss Andem, the junior and 
senior staff members, chosen by ap- 
plication in the sophomore year, meet 
Wednesday afternoons with editor 
Maureen Meskimen and assistant edi- 
tor Diane Maynard. At meetings they 
discuss articles and themes for upcom- 
ing issues. 

Specialized columns, handled indi- 
vidually by particularly interested staff 
members, revolve around the issue's 
central theme. Sketches, cover design, 
and layout of the articles, completed by 
the art staff complement the theme. The 
secretarial staff types selected articles and 
sends them to the vocational school print 
shop, where the finished magazine is 
produced. Regular features include 
Snoops, interviews with students; The 
Spy, an in-depth report on teachers; 
and coverage of special school events. 



The Reflector Art Staff goes over some layout plans with Mr. Chop. 



DEBATING 
CLUB 



The Debating Society is a group 
of students comprising a team which 
debates the national high school topic. 
Besides participating in seven regular 
South Shore League matches, the Socie- 
ty has attended all-day tournaments at 
Stonehill College, Melrose High and 
Thayer Academy. Led by Mr. Fox, the 
team also attended a weekend tourna- 
ment at Columbia University in New 
York. There they debated the resolu- 
tion: that Congress should establish uni- 
form regulations to control criminal 
investigation procedures. Active mem- 
bers of this year's team include: Kevin 
Beggs, David Sheehan, Charles Pritch- 
ard, Patrick Ryan, Kathy O'Brien, 
Diane Bosche, and Sarah Bowen. 



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Kathy O'Brien and Nancy Sciarappa await room assignments for the Hing 
ham-Weymouth and Weymouth-Ojiincy debates. 





Success is imminent with Charles Pritchard at the podium. 



Some members of the debating team prepare to take the defense for Weymouth. 
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Members of the Conservation Club receive instructions from their advisor, Miss Toomev. 




CONSERVATION 
CLUB 



Sharing their avid interest in nature 
and natural sciences with elementary 
school children is one of the many 
activities of the Conservation Club. Un- 
der the direction of Miss Toomey, the 
club members have toured Great Esker 
Park, a tract of land slated for nature 
preservation; and they have also pre- 
sented lectures to school children on 
animal and plant life. In this way the 
important task of preserving our natural 
resources can be instilled in young 
children who, when they are older, will 
be better prepared to face the problem 
of conservation. Co-chairmen William 
Longridge and Diane Maynard preside 
over the monthly meetings. 



David O'Malley explains the cell structure to Linda Berkeley. 



Co-chairman Bill Longridge presents the agenda at the weekly 



RIDING CLUB 



The Riding (Hub, although it is 
not sponsored by Weymouth High 
School, is allowed to hold weekly meet- 
ings in one of the classrooms. These 
meetings are devoted to the planning 
and preparation for Saturday riding 
trips. On Saturdays the club members 
congregate at the high school before 
leaving for an hour of riding at local 
stables. There they learn the techniques 
of riding from each other and also 
from capable instructors. 




Members of the Riding Club listen attentively to a guest speaker. 




President Dennis Meade directs suggestions for future riding ex- 
cursions. 



Club president converses with Mrs. Clayton. 




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SKI CLUB 




The Ski Club provides an opportuni- 
ty for members to go on ski trips and 
improve their technique, and for non- 
skiers to learn a new sport. With Mr. 
Burgess and Mr. Murphy as advisors, 
the members journeyed to Mt. Sunapee 
for a day trip and to Mt. Pleasant for 
a weekend trip. Officers were John Scott, 
President; Barbara Scott, Vice-President; 
Leslie McKinnon, Secretary; Stephen 
Adams, Treasurer; and David Killory, 
Assistant Treasurer. 



Dave Killory and John Scott listen attentively to Mr. Burgess. 



Weymouth High presents the Ski Club. 




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SPANISH CLUB 



The Spanish Club, supervised by 
Mr. Player, meets irregularly on Tues- 
days or Thursdays. During the meet- 
ings, the members plan various activi- 
ties. One such activity was a trip into 
Boston to see Antonio and his Fla- 
minco Dancers. The Spanish Club par- 
ticipated in the Mardi Gras, decorating 
the Spanish booth with the help of Miss 
Papps. The Club also planned the fare- 
well party for Miss Rodgers, providing 
refreshments and gifts. 





Let's plan a trip to Mexico. 



The Spanish Club poses with Mr. Player and Miss Papps. 




Mr. Plaver and President Karen Pharmerdiscusstheagenda 
for the next meeting. 




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Advisors Mr. Player and Miss Papps discuss a phase of Spanish 
life with Karen Pharmer and Carla Genovesi. 




CAMERA CLUB 



The Camera Club, under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Sedman, gives students the 
opportunity to learn about all phases 
of photography. The club members are 
instructed in the mechanics of photo- 
graphy, including the complete process 
of film development, methods of en- 
larging, and the skillful use of the Phys- 
ics darkroom. 



Members of the Camera Club inspect their finished products. 

LABORATORY 
ASSISTANTS 



The lab assistants serve their teach- 
ers and fellow students by keeping the 
chemistry and physics labs clean. They 
work on projects that are of interest 
to the entire membership, and they spon- 
sored the science fair in March which 
consisted of projects submitted by single 
students and groups. 




The negatives are inspected carefully. 



Glen Gillis, Klaus Bartels, and Paul Gardner enlarge pictures. 




Mr. Ghiorse, Richard Tollo, Charles Pritchard, and Jeff 
O'Callaghan study the transmission of electrical currents. 




LIBRARY 
ASSISTANTS 



With the aid of the student library 
assistants, Weymouth students are better 
able to understand and use the library. 
The assistants devote some of their time 
before and after school and during study 
periods to charge and shelve books. 
While they help fellow classmates, they 
increase their own knowledge of the 
library. 



The librarian shows the Library Assistants how to properly lend a book. 



LANGUAGE 
LABORATORY 

ASSISTANTS 



To the students of Weymouth High, 
the language laboratory offers various 
means of mastering their specific langu- 
age, whether it be French, Spanish, or 
Russian. Modern equipment, manuals, 
tapes concerning grammar and foreign 
music, and lab assistants allow the 
teacher to give individual help to her 
students. 




"What seems to be the trouble here?" 



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MASS. OECA STATE 



CONFERENCE 




D.E.C.A 



Members of the Distributive Edu- 
cation Club of America conduct studies 
and surveys to aid the economic devel- 
opment of the community. By learning 
the qualities of leadership by participa- 
tion, they gain experience and confidence 
for future jobs. Officers are: Charles 
Bean, Chris Scagnoli, Michelle Hollis, 
and Donna Piccuito. 



Members of D.E.C.A. wait their turn on the tape recorder. 



DRIVER 
EDUCATION 



The Driver Education classes have 
been very successful in furthering the 
driving skills of Weymouth students. 
Taught by Mr. Mahn, Mr. Whitmore, 
and Mr. 'Byrne, the classes are aimed 
at aiding the students in achieving better 
attitudes and better citizenship. Auto- 
mobiles for road training are provided 
by local dealers. 




Mr. Whitmore explains the mechanics of the engine to three future drivers. 



'Only one at a time, please." 




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Buson 



"Just one more question, Mr. Steele?" 




The cafeteria monitors know how to smile as well as admonish. 





The officers of the Sophomore Student Council are( L to R): 
Cheryl Bickford, Treasurer; Kathy Dempsey. Secretary; 
Steve Hartry, Vice-President; and Ed Xalband. President. 



The Sophomore Student Council and Homeroom Representatives. 




The Annex Russian Club turns out en masse. 




"Bonne Chance" from a French Club horseshoe. 

Mr. Salvucci poses with the Spanish Club. Seated are the officers: Christine Cohen, Barbara Griffin, Heather Har- 
ribine, and Kathy Owens. 






Mrs. Mcintosh, Mr. Nash, and Mrs. Pohlson enjoy a rare joke ... his paycheck. 




Mrs. Pohlson, who ably as- 
sists Mrs. Mcintosh, came too 
late to be included in the 
Clerical section. 




The principals at the Annex, Mr. Mazzola, Mr. Steele, and Mr. Ciampa, discuss 
one of the daily crises. 




Custodians Mr. Stewart, Mr. Coppola, and Mr. 
Leahy help keep the Annex clean. 



Along with the good food, the friendly cafeteria workers offer a hearty smile. 




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3» JMy JVative Vf°ce here's <7ki, V^t: ^4s ^ Qrass £„t 



II 





Ed Wisneski, Dick Junkins, and Bill Longridge act out 
a scene from a play performed by the French classes. 



Weymouth boys receive the opportunity to improve their culinary skills 
in the Chef's course. 




Janice Bandini helps adjust Tim Orcutt's Turkish costume. 



Ed Xass and Rick Jablonski, defending lawyers, prepare cross-examination as Janice Hanson, the defendant, Gary Ambler, the 
presiding judge, and Joy Cartolano, an upcoming defendant, listen to incriminating evidence. 






Students display a Russian dance routine. Prosecutor Ed Naas questions Janice Hansen. 



Mrs. Swain instructs the Chefs of Weymouth High. 





Social Studies classes reenacted the Xeurenburg 
Trials. Bob Neumeier and Ed Diamond match 
wits here. 




Skills learned in the physical education program were put to good use by the Girls' Gymnastic Team, which won second place in 
statewide competition. Mr. Fisher accepts the trophy from Patti Corrigan. 

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CAMPUS 




Kathy Daley and Bob Gohl check proofs with Mr. Clayton. 




Each year the editors and staff mem- 
bers of the Campus, under the capable 
guidance of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton, 
face the task of capturing three me- 
morable years of high school and bind- 
ing them into a yearbook. Work be- 
gins early in the year as senior staff 
members collect interviews from seniors 
and compose their biographies. The 
clubs and sports staffs are soon active, 
compiling facts about the clubs, athletic 
teams, and special events. The typists 
and proofreaders work diligently to 
ready material for deadlines. Layouts 
are created by the art staff, advised by 
Mr. Chop, and photos are carefully 
cropped after selection. While this effort 
continues through to April, the sales 
staff works long and hard to collect 
the many dollars needed to support the 
publication. 




Sales receipts are checked by Dottie Brown and Mr. Clayton. 



Janice Sciarappa and Mr. Chop plan the layouts. 



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CREAM OF 
THE CROP 





Sandra Dzengelewski: a diligent and 
outstanding business student; President 
of F.B.L.A.; Weymouth's representative 
at John Hancock Honors Day; a high 
honor roll student. 



Duncan Allen: National Merit finalist 
and ubiquitous Reflector photographer; 
active in all Theatre Arts productions. 



Karen McCann: talented in all aspects 
of music; Southeastern District, All State, 
and New England Orchestra; active 
member of orchestra and band, and 
president of Folk Music Society. 



Maureen Meskimen: cheerful, witty, and 
efficient editor of the Reflector; active in 
all dramatic production; National Merit 
Commendation. 



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Douglas Auld: multi-talented, excelling 
in both football and art; selected co- 
captain of all-star football team and 
member of All-American Schoolboy 
team; scholastic awards in art, two Gold 
Keys and two Blue Ribbons. 



Edward Wisneski: an all-round athlete, 
matchless in basketball and baseball; 
active in Student Council and a high 
honor roll student. 



Noel Borhek: superior home economics 
student and a finalist in the County 
American Wool Contest; an honor roll 
student. 



Laurence Carver: outstanding member 
of his class; President of Weymouth Vo- 
cational Technical High School senior 
class; active member of Student Council. 



Richard Jablonski: Senior class presi- 
dent; competitor in football and basket- 
ball; Student Council member. 




Linda Sass: cheerful class secretary and 
head cheerleader; recipient of D.A.R. 
Citizenship Award; active in gymnastics. 




INDEX 



App npm 


180 


Gymnastic Teams 


48-49 


A c\c nnwlpn crmpnts 

i V C IV 1 1 LJ VV 1L-VX ei lllX-lllO 


191 


Hockey 


42-43 


A n m inistratinn 
n n iiiiiii - iii cxn w n 


9 


J.M.S.V.C. 


146-147 


A 1 1 H i /~\ - V i i v i i ' ( 
AUU1U V Ijllal 


154 


Key Club 


143 


Rand 


158 


Laboratory Assistants 


171 


R p sWptha 11 

LJ ClOlVCllJcXll 


40-41 


Language Laboratory Assistants 


172 


C^mprPi Chin 


171 


Library Assistants 


172 




186-187 


Majorettes 


158 


CnPPt panprs 

^ - 1 H. 1. 1 II clUL 1 3 


39 


Math Club 


152 


Cnpss ("linn 


153 


Memorial 


141 


Chorn s 


156 


Orchestra 


159 


(]q cc OfnrPTS 

vj iti J.J vy ii iv_^i o 


53 


Outdoor Club 


153 


WlloCl V cxllLHl V_ilUU 


167 


Pep Club 


39 


Cream of the Crop 


188-189 


Political Affairs 


155 


Cross Country 


45 


Reflector 


164-165 


Dphatincx Chin 


166 


Riding Club 


168 


D.E.C.A. 


173 


Senior Class Play 


161 


Drivpr Education 


173 


Ski Club 


169 


X CX V_ LI 1 L y 


10-29 


Sophomore Activities 


174 


PnlW TVTnsic Sociptv 

X \J 1 IV . > 1 LI .i 1L iJUtlLL V 


157 


Spanish Club 


170 


Football 


36-38 


Staff 


30-33 

\J\J \J \J 


F.B.L.A. 


151 


Student Council 


144-145 


F.H.A. 


150 


Talent Show 


163 


F.N. A. 


149 


Thurber Carnival 


162 


F.T.A. 


148 


Track 


46-47 


Graduates 


52-140 


WHS-TV 


154 


Gym Classes 


50-51 


Wrestling 


44 



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 



We, the Campus Staff of 1968, wish 
to express our deepest gratitude to the 
numerous people whose time and effort 
have made our yearbook possible. To 
name all the individuals involved in 
this publication would be impossible. 
Due to their special efforts, though, we 
would like to mention a few: the adminis- 
tration, faculty, and staff of the Wey- 
mouth High School and Annex who 
unselfishly helped us through our times 
of trouble; the Peter Pauper Press who 



provided us with the haiku verses used 
throughout the yearbook; Mr. and Mrs. 
John Hobbs, our photographers and 
specials friends, who were always there 
with helpful suggestions; Mr. Stephen 
Chop, who provided a constant source 
of advice and novel ideas; and especially 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clayton, our 
patient advisors, whose assistance, co- 
operation, and dedication encouraged 
each one of us to do his best to make 
this yearbook a success. 



1968 CAMPUS STAFF 



Editor: 



Kathleen Dalev 



Assistant Editors: 
Staff Editors: 



Cheryl Phillips, Alan D. Wilson 



Senior: Ellen Snow, Academic: Joy Cartolano, Faculty: M. Cynthia 
Doyle, Clubs: M. Lee Fay, Special Events: Susan Hanian, Annex: 
Shirley Cesarini, Photography: Robert Gohl, Boys' Sports: Ronald 
Johnson, Girls' Sports: Claire Donahoe, Art: Mary D'Andrea 



Art Staff: 



Gail Beavers, Lucille Becker, Stephen Haderski, Susan Lavvton. 
Karen Mortenson, Janice Sciarappa, Susan Swart 



General Staff: 



Janice Bandini, Margaret Carey, Jane Connolly, Francis Dono- 
van, Doris Foisy, Carla Genovesi, Roy Griggs, Rodney Laniewski. 
Marilyn Manter, Leslie McKinnon, Marie Pasakarnis, John 
Roanowicz, Catherine Schofield 



Business Manager: 
Head Secretary: 
Secretaries: 



Dorothv Brown 



Gail DeGregory 



Sandra Dzengelewski, Phyllis Gallant, Diane Gardner, Bonnie 
Halstead, Cherie Johnson, Janet Maclnnis, Frances Paccioretti, 
Donna Woelfel 



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As members of the class of 1968, 
we are graduating into the complex 
adult stage of life. These past three 
years have served as a preparation 
period, increasing our knowledge, de- 
veloping our intellect, and generally 
broadening our scope as individuals. 
Weymouth High School has molded 
each of us as citizens, but still greater 
development lies ahead. If properly 
used, the memories and experiences 



gained from our high school years will 
benefit our every endeavor. For only 
by persevering to achieve our goals and 
making the best of every situation will 
we become competent citizens and leaders 
of tomorrow. With heads held high 
and confidence in our hearts, let us look 
ahead to the future and continue our 
incipient exploration of ideas. We are 
proud of Weymouth High School; may 
Weymouth High School be proud of us. 




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